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The song starts with Neha making a request to Ronnie, who then appears to leave the college hostel and move away from Neha.
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Emotional tracks surely add to the popularity of Hindi films and "Baaghi 2" makers weren't about to let the chance slip through their fingers. It garnered enormous love and appreciation from across all quarters as Tiger has taken the action a notch higher than what we had seen in the prequel. Once the song begins, what exactly happens to Neha remains unknown.
Composed by Mithoon, with lyrics from Sayeed Quadri, Lo Safar, sung by the brilliant Jubin Nautiyal, is sure to take you down a nostalgic romantic journey. Tiger longs for Disha and he fancies about her everywhere by crooning 'Lo Safar Shuru Ho Gaya', perhaps showing that Tiger has embarked his mission to seek a missing Disha's character in the film going by the trailer and the song of the film. It is a sequel to the 2016 film Baaghi which featured Tiger Shroff and Shraddha Kapoor in lead roles.
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Watch Lo Safar from Baaghi 2 here: Ahmed Khan has directed Baaghi 2, who says Tiger Shroff is his favourite "hero". The film is slated to release on 30th March 2018.
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