Tiger Shroff's Rambo remake release date confirmed by director Sidharth Anand; Find Out

While the film has been in the pipeline for a long time now, it won't be too long before we get to witness Tiger Shroff's action-packed performance. Read on to know the release date.
News,Tiger Shroff,Sidharth Anand,Rambo RemakeSidharth, who is simultaneously working with Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff on another untitled film, will start with Rambo soon.
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Tiger Shroff's huge fan following will never stop loving him for one thing. And that is his ability to move. Be it his smooth dance moves or his action sequences that are meant for his super toned body, the 'Baaghi' star carries it all in style and maintains a certain degree of effortlessness. That's why when the remake of a Hollywood classic and Sylvester Stallone's Rambo with Tiger in the lead role was announced, fans went gaga over it and have been waiting eagerly to watch the star.

While the film has been in the pipeline for a long time now, it won't be too long before we get to witness Tiger Shroff's action-packed performance. According to a latest report in Mumbai Mirror, director Sidharth Anand has confirmed that the film will go on floors in January 2020 and will be released on Gandhi Jayanti (October 2, 2020).

Sidharth, who is simultaneously working with Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff on another untitled film, will start with Rambo soon. He told the tabloid, "After I complete my current film with Tiger and Hrithik Roshan, I will start prepping for Rambo from September. Tiger will begin his preparation from November-December and we will set the ball rolling in the new year. We will be shooting both in India and abroad." 

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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The news of Rambo being remade has been doing the rounds since 2017. The 1982 film was set against the backdrop of the Vietnam War and told the story of John Rambo, a troubled war veteran. Sidharth had earlier revealed that since India did not have that kind of history, the whole adaptation of characters and the story took a while. 

Well, we cannot wait to see Tiger killing it as Rambo since the actor had himself confessed that 'It felt like a dream come true'.  

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What a horrible example of cultural appropriation. You should be ashamed.

That's a funny looking poster. Moreover we know what he is going to do in the movie.

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