These days Bollywood new age star Tiger Shroff is busy in the shooting of his next film being made under YRF, and also starring Hrithik Roshan. Last year Tiger Shroff came up with the biggest hit of his career, Baaghi 2 and in the last of the year makers of Baaghi announced their third sequel of the franchise. on 18th December, producer Sajid Nadiadwala announced that Tiger Shroff will come back as rebel Ronnie and the film will release so 6th March 2020.
Director and Choreographer Ahmed Khan who took the charge of Baaghi series from the last sequel film will also direct the third franchise film as well. A close source to the development said, “The challenge is to take Baaghi 3 a notch higher from the previous two films so while Tiger fought off the goons in a building in Part 1 and in a jungle in its sequel, this time he will be defending a city or taking the battle to the desert. The story is still being scripted so one is still in the dark about the details,”
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The first part of the film was written by Sanjeev Datta, while the second part was written by Nadiadwala, Ahmed, Abbas Hierapurwala and Niraj Kumar Mishra. Now for the third sequel makers have brought Farhad Samji on board. Farhad has written films like Singham franchise, Chennai Express, Bol Bachchan, with his partner Sajid Samji. However, he wrote recently released film Simmba alone because his partner is currently busy directing Housefull 4.
Farhan while spilling the beans on his collaboration said, "The number 3 is very close to my heart as the two most special films of my career are Golmaal 3 and Housefull 3. For Baaghi 3, Tiger is already a star and his character is an icon, so the writing has come with its own set of challenges. As a team, we promise three times the fun and most importantly, three times the action."