The first three installments were also shot in the Kingdom.
Saudi Arabia is making strides in the world of film. Backing some international titles and inviting celebrated artists to shoot their movies, the Kingdom is leaving no stone unturned in global domination. Shah Rukh Khan’s Dunki was shot here and now, an action-packed Bollywood saga is taking a leap across borders and returning to the Kingdom. Baaghi 4 is all set to bring its high-octane action and thrilling storyline to the stunning landscapes of Saudi Arabia.
Producer Sajid Nadiadwala, the creative genius behind the Baaghi franchise, is once again teaming up with Saudi Arabia to create magic on the silver screen. The first three installments of the Baaghi series, headlined by the talented Tiger Shroff, were filmed in the region too. The success of these films cemented a strong bond between the Bollywood powerhouse and the Kingdom.
Sajid shared his enthusiasm: “My journey in the film world has always been about giving the best movie experience to our audience. We’ve built strong relationships with the UK and Saudi Arabia, making these places feel like a second home for our movie shoots.”
While the script for Baaghi 4 is still in the works, the mere thought of this film being set against the backdrop of Saudi Arabia’s stunning landscapes is enough to get fans excited. We can only imagine how the filmmakers plan to take it up a notch this time.
Saudi Arabia is encouraging the global film industry to explore its potential. It’s actively offering tax rebates to filmmakers who choose to shoot within its borders, making it an even more attractive destination for production houses. Tomb Raider director, Simon West will shoot his upcoming Antara in the Kingdom, following on from the Hollywood production Riverman which is currently being shot in Neom.
This initiative also fosters local talent and nurtures the growth of the film industry in the Kingdom. And we can’t wait to see what’s in store.
GO: Visit https://film.moc.gov.sa for more information.