Tiger Shroff-Shraddha’s Baaghi lands in legal trouble | Memsaab.com

'The Raid: Redemption' producer Guneet Monga has sent a legal notice to the director Sajid Nadiadwala and Siddharth Roy Kapur.

'Baaghi' revolves around Shraddha Kapoor, who plays a rebellious girl, meets Tiger, who also carries a rebellious streak and nonetheless spark fly between them.

'Baaghi' revolves around Shraddha Kapoor, who plays a rebellious girl, meets Tiger, who also carries a rebellious streak and nonetheless spark fly between them.
The film Baaghi which is directed by Sabbir Khan is set to hit the screens on 29th April.
 

'Baaghi' revolves around Shraddha Kapoor, who plays a rebellious girl, meets Tiger, who also carries a rebellious streak and nonetheless spark fly between them.

'Baaghi' revolves around Shraddha Kapoor, who plays a rebellious girl, meets Tiger, who also carries a rebellious streak and nonetheless spark fly between them.
Enter Telugu actor Sudheer Babu, the antagonist, who takes Shraddha Kapoor captive owing to his obsessive love for her.

She claims that the remake rights of 'The Raid: Redemption' solely lies with her production house, Sikhya Entertainment and that the film 'Baaghi' heavily borrows from the Indonesian action thriller.

She claims that the remake rights of 'The Raid: Redemption' solely lies with her production house, Sikhya Entertainment and that the film 'Baaghi' heavily borrows from the Indonesian action thriller.
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Ever since the trailer of Shraddha - Tiger Shroff’s ‘Baaghi’ has released, fans have drawn several similarities between the film and highly-acclaimed Indonesian action-thriller, ‘The Raid: Redemption’.

Now, in an exciting turn of events, 'The Raid: Redemption' producer Guneet Monga has sent a legal notice to Sajid Nadiadwala and Siddharth Roy Kapur.

Now, in an exciting turn of events, 'The Raid: Redemption' producer Guneet Monga has sent a legal notice to Sajid Nadiadwala and Siddharth Roy Kapur.
The hearing of this legal issue on Baaghi will happen tomorrow morning at High Court.