Salman Khan isn't new to action sequences, what with stunts in films such as Wanted, Dabangg and Ek Tha Tiger. Now, in his upcoming film, Kick he's all set to raise the bar. Not for nothing then has producer-turned-debutant director Sajid Nadiadwala blown up nearly 57 cars, 13 buses and one helicopter.
This is the first time that a production team has arranged for the given number of vehicles to be exploded in a film like this. It's also the first time that drones have been used to shoot a film. Oh my goodness!
The Dabangg Khan has outdone Shah Rukh Khan this time. In what you ask? Well, up until now SRK held the record for the longest chase sequence in a film. He created this record when he shot for Darr. Breaking this record now is Salman Khan, with a chase sequence in his upcoming drama Kick.
Well, we won't be surprised if Kick manages to break all the existing records at the box office once the film hits the theatres. Do you agree with us peeps?