This Tiger Shroff starrer is remembered for its oh-so-amazing action sequences and the climax will blow your mind away. The one which will instantly give you adrenaline rush. Tiger Shroff’s acting talent may be questionable, but his action scenes are one of the best in the history of Indian cinema. Watch the videos above to know what I am talking about.
This was another movie on the lines of Baaghi. This Vidyut Jammwal starrer was promoted solely on its action sequences and Vidyut showed everyone how perfect he is when it comes to packing a punch. There was nothing great in the film as far as content was concerned but Vidyut’s action sequences ensured it had a smooth run at the box office. So much so that, Commando 2 is being shot and will be up for release early next year.
Ek Tha Tiger
This Salman Khan starrer espionage thriller had one of the best action sequence of the year. Be it the opening scene of the film or the scene where Salman Khan saves the day by stopping a monorail effortlessly just by using his blazer. Take that Spider-Man! Watch the scene above.
Upon its release this film was touted as John Abraham’s first outing as an action star. The bike lifting scene became the talking point thanks to its trailers. But what was more surprising was the presence of an antagonist who was on par if not better than John Abraham on the big screen. The climax fight scene where both the actors fight shirtless is best described as the clash of the titans. You have to see it to believe it.
Singham is one of the most loved Rohit Shetty films and the action scenes are way over the top but they are enjoyable. One of the most famous action scene from the film which went viral on the web is this. Ajay was back as the action star and how!
Ghajini was the first time Aamir Khan was seen in an out and out action avatar and he nailed it. His physique to his body language to his well choreographed actions sequences everything was perfect. Ghajini was also the first film in the history of Indian cinema to cross Rs 100 crores at the Indian box office
This much stylized version of Amitabh Bachchan starrer 1978’s Don had few of the most amazing action scenes I have seen in Indian cinema. Be it the opening sequence or the one where he escapes from the police. This film had it all, cool car chases to well choreographed hand to hand combats. Watch this video and you’ll know how effortless Shah Rukh Khan looks when it comes to action. As mentioned earlier, going by the trailer Shivaay is all set to up the ante as far as the breathtaking action sequences in an Indian film is concerned. And it’ll be interesting to see what all Ajay Devgn has in store for the audience worldwide.