Baaghi: Can you copy these five Tiger Shroff combat moves?

  • HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times, New Delhi
  • Updated: Apr 29, 2016 11:50 IST
Baaghi is Tiger Shroff’s second film. (YouTube)

Tiger Shroff whipped up a storm the other day, with his sexist remark on the kind of wife who’d make the cut for him. Now on a Friday, Jackie Shroff’s son, for many also Bollywood’s newest sensation-of-sorts, will be hoping that his second release, Baaghi, will bring on a deluge of sorts at the ticket windows.

Whatever be Baaghi’s fate, fact is that Bollywood cannot have enough of him: Not for any superlative acting skills, but for his expertise in martial arts and dance skills.

And since he’s almost like a breath of fresh air for us fans, here’s taking a look at some of his most lethal moves in Heropanti, his debut film.

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Front kick
It may look easy, but is extremely difficult to execute, especially when your opponent is moving fast towards you.

Spin shot
This move leaves the enemy flummoxed with absolutely no time to react. He couldn’t spot your actual position before being struck down.

Slide and hit
It’s an old technique made popular by none other than Bruce Lee. This style demands a quick presence of mind to use the properties placed on the battle ground.

Y2J and The Rock popularised this move through WWE. It may look elegant from the outset, but its impact can break the spine in less than a second.

Dangerous kickboxing
Borrowed from Muay Thai, this move needs a lot of practice and precision. Otherwise you can harm yourself. As far as its result is concerned, it’s out there for you to see and judge.

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