Tiger Shroff's 'Baaghi 2' emerges the biggest opener of 2018

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In a video shared on Instagram, Tiger thanked the fans and members of the film industry for all the support.

A scene in Baaghi 2 shows Tiger, who is playing an army officer, using a stone-pelter as a human shield against a stone-pelting mob by tying him up in front of a military jeep. Can't thank you enough. I am just so thankful for all that has happened.

It should be noted here that "Baaghi 2" has been panned by most of the critics. In fact, Baaghi 2 is well on its way to cross Rs100 crore in the first week at the box office itself. It has recorded the second highest opening weekend of the year after Padmaavat (Rs 73.10 crore), leaving films such as Raid, PadMan and Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety behind.

Trade sources put the response to the film as stupendous. If the film's performance continues to be consistent at the box office in week days, it will definitely reach to Rs 80 crore club by the end of first week.

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Initially, there were reports that Disha will be seen opposite Tiger once again in Baaghi 3. This is surely a huge success for Jackie Shroff's son that in just four years of his career he got a hugely successful film.

It is clear that audiences have a mind of their own and after watching the action packed promo they had made up their mind to give this Tiger Shroff film a dekko in theaters.

"Tiger Shroff and#disha patani starrer "#Baaghi 2" saw an outstanding opening weekend and is already a hit. It enjoyed the biggest opening day collection of 2018. But little did one know (despite news of an encouraging advance booking) that the film would go on to become a blockbuster.

Instead of addressing the issue that has been going on since April 2017, Sajid Nadiadwala's Baaghi 2, sadly, seems to use it as an inspiration.

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