It was a pleasant surprise when Yash Raj Films announced last year that their next venture will bring Tiger Shroff, Hrithik Roshan and Vaani Kapoor together. The film will be an action entertainer directed by Siddharth Anand, who last directed Hrithik and Katrina Kaif in Bang Bang. The project will go on floors in June this year and the cast will soon begin preparing for the film. But those of you who were expecting to see Vaani perform some high octane action sequences in the movie with her male co-stars, will be disappointed as the director has said that Vaani will have no action scenes in the film at all.
"It is a Hrithik-Tiger vehicle and we wanted Vaani for it and we are glad she said yes to it. It is her ability as a dancer and performer that added value to my scenes. There will be no action sequences for Vaani in the film," Siddharth was quoted by a daily. ALSO READ: Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff will learn THIS sport for their YRF film
Siddharth also said that casting Tiger and Hrithik was not difficult, but the writing the script was. “It’s the script that plays a crucial role here as both the actors should feel that their roles are good enough and feel secure as well. For the two-hero films, the challenge lies in writing and not casting,” he said.
Last month, Mumbai Mirror reported that Tiger and Hrithik will learn gymnastics for this untitled film. And it will be an aggressive form of gymnastics, which is “originally a military drill used in warfare”. Both the actors will fly to Greece where they will be trained by Spanish experts. This will go on for 15 days. Once they have learned the tricks, both of them “will improvise and hone their skills at their convenience.”
We definitely can't wait for this one to go on floors. Mutual thoughts? Let us know in the comments below.
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