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Action in Baaghi is not gory, director Sabbir Khan

Tiger Shroff's Baaghi director Sabbir Khan said, "Our action doesn't have guns and bullets."

Written by Sonup Sahadevan | Mumbai |
Updated: March 15, 2016 5:09:13 pm
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If the trailer of Tiger Shroff’s Baaghi is anything to go by, one can expect to see some high octane action sequences. Blood spattering and bones breaking are present in plenty in the trailer.

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Recently similar sequences had forced the censor board to grant a ‘A’ certificate to John Abraham’s Rocky Handsome, something that left the actor deeply disappointed. However, Baaghi’s director Sabbir Khan is confident that his film won’t face the same fate as Rocky Handsome.

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When asked if he anticipates getting an A certificate owing to the blood shed shown, Sabbir said, “Our action doesn’t have guns and bullets. At Nadiadwala Grandsons (Sajid Nadiadwala’s film company) we have always made universal films that cater to the family audience. This film is for the kids and family audience. The action is tough but for kids. It is not gory.”

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While quite a few action films have been released in the recent past and a few more lined up for release, Sabbir Khan feels there is enough space for all kinds of films. “I believe there is room for all kinds of films. More the merrier. Ultimately people will appreciate whatever is good.”

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