Starring Tiger Shroff and Shraddha Kapoor in the lead, Baaghi released on April 29.
“A lot of fans have been asking for it. Now it has become a casual conversation in the team that may be we might do a sequel. Like Baaghi happened organically, it (sequel) should happen the same way,” said Sabbir in an interview.
The director says he will “definitely” try to come up with something nice for all the love that audience has given to the film. “We need to get the right story, not do it just because we want to do it as a project, then there’s no fun. People have loved it so much, so it is our responsibility to give them a good film. We will definitely try to do something nice.”
In Baaghi, Tiger was seen doing Kalaripayattu, a martial art form and indulged in many intense action scenes. Sabbir says there are “healthy talks” between him and the 26-year-old actor for a possible sequel.
“Tiger and I don’t take each other for granted. We both are very competitive, want to push and raise the bar. There are healthy talks, everybody wants Baaghi 2, that’s the word going around now. So casual conversations have started.”