In the month of July, Sajid Nadiadwala’s franchise Baaghi’s third edition probably would be released. A recent report has come that after finishing with the third edition of Baaghi, Tiger Shroff will be seen in the Hindi remake adaptation of the movie Rambo. The film Rambo was an American franchise and it was based on David Morrell 1972 novel First Blood. In the original movie, Rambo is played by Sylvester Stallone who is a troubled Vietnam War veteran and also a former U.S. Army Special Forces Soldier.
The filmmaker Sidharth Anand about 2 years ago at the 70th Cannes International Film Festival announced about making a remake of Hollywood cult classic Rambo (1982). The long awaited question was who would be playing the role of Rambo and finally, it has been known from the latest update which said we are going to see Tiger Shroff in the shoes of Stallone. Now being in the shoes of Stallone cannot be an easy job. Tiger Shroff has a huge fan following who are obsessed with his ability to move. The way he gives those smooth dance moves and his action move with his super toned body is a sight to watch! And probably this is the reason why fans went gaga when they heard Tiger Shroff be playing the lead role in the remake of Hollywood classic.
A fresh report arrived from the Mumbai Mirror that Sidharth Anand, the director of Rambo has confirmed that film is set to go on floors in January 2020 and the film will be released on Gandhi Jayanti (October 2, 2020). At present Sidharth seems to be busy working with Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff in an untitled movie project. He recently told Tabloid that he will soon be starting prepping for Rambo from September after he finishes his current film with Tiger Shroff and Hrithik Roshan. He had also mentioned that Tiger Shroff will begin his preparation from November- December. The movie will be shot in both India and abroad.
The news on the Hindi remake of Rambo had been going around from 2017 and finally, the director Sidharth conformed on the news. Sidharth had revealed that he took so much time because India did not have such kind of history like in Rambo. Thus it took a while for him to figure out the adaptation of characters.
Well, the fans of Tiger Shroff getting eager with the film to release. The actor even confessed that ‘It felt like a dream come true’.