'War' teaser promises an exhilarating Hrithik vs Tiger spectacle

The teaser of 'War' features Bollywood buff boys Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff face off against each other in high-octane sequences

July 15, 2019 12:06 pm | Updated 12:48 pm IST - Mumbai

This teaser post was released on Monday.

This teaser post was released on Monday.

Actors Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff’s upcoming film, directed by Siddharth Anand has been titled War . The just-released teaser showcases them pit off against each other, while actor Vani Kapoor also appears in a fleeting bikini shot.

War is the only title that could have delivered on this big promise and justifies the level of an action spectacle that the film is trying to present to audiences globally,” Anand said in a statement. The director promises a massive showdown in the film.

“When you bring two of the biggest and the best action superstars of India in one film and pit them against each other, you need a title that justifies the promise of a massive showdown. Hrithik and Tiger will be seen going at each other ferociously and mercilessly and audiences will want to see who outwits whom in this incredible fight,” he added.

War is set to be a visual spectacle for quintessential action cinema lovers as they would witness Hrithik and Tiger pull off jaw-dropping sequences as they try to beat each other.

Sharing the teaser of War on his official Twitter account, Tiger Shroff wrote, “.@iHrithik, your moves may be a little rusty, let me show you how it's done!”

Meanwhile, Hrithik also had a reply to Tiger’s tweet. He wrote on his Twitter handle, “You’re just starting out in a world I’ve mastered, @iTIGERSHROFF. Take a seat! Presenting #WarTeaser”


Produced by Yash Raj Films, the high-octane film that also stars Vaani Kapoor opposite Hrithik Roshan and is set to release in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.

The film is scheduled to release on October 2.

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