Tomorrow is India's 68th Independence Day and there could not have been a better day for the film to release. We as audiences too are eagerly waiting to watch the movie as Ajay Devgn and Rohit Shetty have always delivered blockbusters. Their Golmaal series is proof for what a 'damaal' the duo create on-screen.
The USP of the movie will obviously be the action scenes considering it is the action hero, Ajay who is starring as the main lead and ace action director Rohit Shetty is directing it. "I'm exaggerating, but I think I wanted to be an action director from the time I was born. I became a film director accidentally. And this, I owe to my parents," he says.
Rohit also spoke about the challenges he faced in shooting these action sequences in the middle of the city,"The film is entirely based in Mumbai, and shooting action in the city is a huge challenge. Filming an action scene on a grand scale is an adventure by itself. At any given point of time, there are two or three shoots happening here. Stopping traffic, stopping the local trains and focusing on their time gap - one has to fine-tune everything. Not to forget that the city is always on red alert. So, one has to deal with a lot of authority."
So check out these awesome action scenes that the team of Singham Returns have filmed with a lot of difficulty. Take a look at the most breath-taking action scenes you have to watch out for in the Ajay Devgn, Kareena Kapoor starrer.
Rohit said."I'm fortunate that the protagonist of my film, Bajirao Singham, is a law-abiding police officer and so, the police did have a soft spot for us. I'm grateful to the Mumbai Police, who helped us with permissions."
Rohit said."Had they not allowed us, we could never have dreamt of shooting in places like the Gateway of India."
How can we miss this scene, Dayanand Shetty as Inspector Daya break opens the door like he has been doing for year in his serial CID. This has become a iconic scene in India.
Action hero literally flying mid air and shooting at the villains.
As scary as this seems, Ajay literally lifts up a man and smashes his head into nearby pillar.
Another mid-air stunt of Ajya Devgn where he is seen banging up two goons.
Ajay just throws the man and while he is still in the process of falling, Ajay bashes up another goon.
The goons are seen shooting a missile towards the cars.
Rohit Shetty is directing and there are no cars blasting up? Impossible! Watch for this scene. Rohit Shetty trademark.
This scene may not involve too much action but Ajay is seen slapping this goon continuously for around 5 minutes, non stop I tell you. Watch out for it.