Bollywood actress Shraddha Kapoor has given back-to-back hits after her blockbuster flick "Aashiqui 2." Though the actress has performed brilliantly in all her films, the reason behind the success of them seems to be something else.
Fewer people would have noticed that all the films of Shraddha have rain sequences. From "Aashiqui 2" to "Ek Villain," the actress was seen performing romantic scenes in rain and she continued the same in her upcoming film "Baaghi."
However, in Shahid Kapoor-starrer "Haider," the actress didn't have a rain sequence, but she shot a few romantic scenes with Shahid in snowfall.
The rain sequence from Shraddha's film "Aashiqui 2" became the face of the film. Shraddha further went on to recreate magic in rain with "Ek Villain" and "ABCD 2." Both her films went on to become big hits with the audience embracing her characters.
Rain has always been a high point in all Shraddha Kapoor films, while the sequence in "Ek Villain" showcased a love sequence, "ABCD 2" showcased a dancer's passion.
In her upcoming flick "Baaghi," Shraddha will once again be seen romancing in the rain. A teaser of the sequence was seen in "Sab Tera" song and in the film, audience will see an entire song dedicated to the sequence. Will Shraddha's rain dance make "Baaghi" a success? Only time will tell.
The song titled "Cham Cham" will feature Shraddha dancing and having fun in the rain. This sure will prove to be an absolute delight for all Shraddha fans, with their beloved actress setting out to mesmerise all in this latest rain sequence.
"Baaghi" is a romantic action film written by Sanjeev Dutta, directed by Sabbir and produced by Sajid Nadiadwala under the banner of Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment. After "Heropanti," Sajid, Sabbir and Tiger reunited in this project.
Scheduled to be released April 29, the film is the story of two people who turn rebels for the sake of love. The film will have some high octane action scenes. Not only Tiger, but Shraddha will also be seen performing some daredevil stunts in the movie.