Firoz Nadiadwala reveals the 3rd instalment of 'Welcome' will titled 'Welcome To The Jungle': Reports
Recently, producer Firoz Nadiadwala revealed some intresting insights about the sequel of Welcome.
Recently, Firoz Nadiadwala revealed some information regarding the eagerly anticipated third "Welcome" installment. He also revealed that the title of the movie as, "Welcome To The Jungle".
According to Nadiadwala, who was speaking to a news website said, "Welcome To The Jungle" would maintain the humour, wit, and entertainment that are associated with this brand and will also be set against a background of military action.
Additionally, he said that in the film the audience will get to see vigorous action. The producer also disclosed that "huey" helicopters would be used, and for the first time in an Indian film, action sequences will feature aircraft carriers. The movie's production breadth will reportedly be unsurpassed in Indian film.
He continued saying that it would have a really strong and moving patriotic touch in the conclusion. Additionally, he said that between 65 and 70 percent of the movie will take place in a forest, and that filming would likely begin the next year.
Firoz also went on to add that ‘Welcome To The Jungle’ will be filmed either in Jammu and Kashmir or some parts of Europe, where there are thick jungles. So it all depends on the climate and the time they are shooting.
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"He continued saying that it would have a really strong and moving patriotic touch in the conclusion"
Here we go again! Means another one of those movies about either India vs Pakistan or India vs China.
These filmmakers love to make money off of foolish Indians who only show their patriotism in movies. Indians and their fake patriotism never cease to amuse me.
Even the greatest countries in the world don't go overboard with their patriotism the way India and Pakistan do. The world would be a much better place without these two shit hole countries.
USA should consider nuking India and Pakistan the way they nuked Japan in 1945.