Hrithik Roshan, Tiger Shroff’s War to have a sequel post massive box office success?

Given the stupendous success of Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff’s War, the makers might plan a sequel to this action entertainer soon.
Hrithik Roshan, Tiger Shroff’s War to have a sequel post massive box office success?Hrithik Roshan, Tiger Shroff’s War to have a sequel post massive box office success?
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Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff’s War, which released on October 2, 2019, has set the box office on fire since the first day. The action-thriller has been creating new records each day and is likely to enter the coveted 100 crore club in the first weekend itself. Needless to say, the War makers are beaming with happiness with the commendable success of the movie.

Overwhelmed with the positive response from the audience, director Siddharth Anand might make a sequel of the movie soon. Sharing the future plan, Siddharth stated, “We did had an idea of turning it into a franchise provided we get love of audience. It seems audience’s demand is more than our desire. This is how it should be. We all will sit together soon and decide on it.”

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Meanwhile, Hrithik and Tiger, who had impressed the audience with their spectacular performances and stunning chemistry, are also open to the idea of having a sequel to their movie. In fact, the actors had dropped hints of War sequel before the movie had hit the screens. However, they also emphasized that the decision will be taken given the audience’s response to the movie.

To note, War has been touted as the biggest action entertainer of the year. Talking about the movie, Siddharth said that he wanted to give the audience an edge-of-the-seat experience with the high-octane action sequences. And he did succeed in it. “Audience has loved the film and this is the proof of their blessings. It is a unique film, a lot of hard work has gone into it and the credit goes to the entire team,” Siddharth added.

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