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Catch The Hrithik and Tiger lethal Bike Crash During War Shoot

Two big stars excellent in their action and dancing skills make history as they come together on the silver screen with the film WAR. They are working hard to give the best of the visual experience over the silver screen. They would indulge in their jaw-dropping action sequence and some of the most dreaded and death-defying stunts all keen to win a bid over each other. In one of the deadly bike chase sequences, we get the opportunity to see both the actors breaking the window panes.

The film comes from the direction of Siddharth Anand who talked about the high action drama sequences. He said the glass breaking scene was among the high-risk scenes as there were chances to see the actors getting injured severely if the other details could have failed to work in perfect order. It was a high-speed bike chase scene where we saw the actor riding on a superbike along with Tiger also chasing him on foot.

He further said although he and his team have taken all the safety precautions on time the scene certainly required their focus, which can help them pull it off. He said he and his team were praying that everything goes smoothly as per the plan. He applauded the incredible camaraderie and faith between the actors – Hrithik and Tiger which the audience would be catching up in this film. He said that since the two remain the biggest action heroes of our country hence they remain the most wanted ones by the audience all thanks to their risky stunts.

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