Tiger Shroff thrilled to meet Sylvester StalloneTiger Shroff starrer Rambo remake will be directed by Siddharth Anand, who had previously helmed Hrithik Roshan’s Bang Bang.
Tiger, who is currently busy with promotions of Munna Michael, will be seen essaying the character of Sylvester Stallone in the Indian remake of Rambo. Tiger while talking about his guest appearance in the film said that it would be ‘cool’ to have the Hollywood star in the film.
Tiger Shroff will step into the shoes of Sylvester Stallone for the Indian remake of Rambo, and the actor said that it would be ‘cool’ to have the Hollywood star in the film.
Tiger is aware that it is a big role and said that he might also meet Stallone for the film.
"Rambo remake is one of my most exciting projects lined up. I am very scared and excited. Scared because I have big shoes to fill and excited because it is something up my alley and I really want to go all out for the film. I am definitely planning to meet him (Stallone), that's in the pipeline," Tiger said.
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In an Instagram post earlier, Stallone, 70, had written that he was confident that Tiger would do a good job and "he will put his heart and soul into it."
When asked if there are plans to rope in Stallone for a guest appearance, Tiger said, "That would be so cool to do. I think the makers definitely have something special planned. But let's see if that is on the cards or not."
While the first film of the franchise was directed by Sabbir Khan, choreographer-filmmaker Ahmed Khan has been roped in to direct the sequel.
"We are definitely scaling up this one ('Baaghi 2'). Ahmed and Sajid (Nadiadwala) sir have done a great job working on the script and the story, got on board great writers and something magical is going to happen with it," he said.
After Baaghi 2, the actor will feature in Karan Johar- backed "Student of the Year 2" which he said will go on floors somewhere around October-November this year.
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(With PTI Inputs)