Chris Hemsworth swamped by Indian fans while filming 'most intense action sequences ever done' for upcoming Netflix film

The film will be following Hemsworth's character Rake, who has been hired to liberate a kidnapped Indian boy being hidden in Dhaka, Bangladesh. 


                            Chris Hemsworth swamped by Indian fans while filming 'most intense action sequences ever done' for upcoming Netflix film

Chris Hemsworth has been working very hard for a new upcoming Netflix movie called 'Dhaka'. For some of the action scenes for the war drama in India, Chris was seen surrounded by many excited fans. 

The 35-year-old appeared on camera for a brief moment in a video which was shared to his Instagram. Many fans chased after the actor who was drenched in prop blood and wearing Khaki combat gear as he entered a car.

Many people were seen in the streets surrounding the vehicle and were cheering and shouting for Chris. He panned the camera to also share his view of a high rise building with many people shouting from balconies. 

Hemsworth captioned the video, "That’s a wrap for the India portion of our shoot, next stop Thailand. Can't say enough how grateful we are to the people of India for letting us run riot through the streets while shooting what I think could be some of the most intense and exciting action sequences ever done."

Hemsworth also shared how his director Sam Hargrave is "bringing it to a whole new level." 

The very much awaited Netflix war movie has been written by 'Avengers: Infinity War' co-director Joe Russo. Chris previously also shared pictures from Indian locations where he was surrounded by fans. The film will be following Hemsworth's character Rake, who has been hired to liberate a kidnapped Indian boy being hidden in Dhaka, Bangladesh. 

Hemsworth also recently took to Instagram to share a video from his insane workout which comes in preparation for his next movie. He captioned the video of the workout, "The character I’m playing at the moment is ex-military so I’ve been mixing up my training working with a few super humans with military backgrounds - the focus is on strength, speed, mobility and little to no rest to build endurance. Feeling goooooooood! Also been working on the sound I make after side kicking the heavy bag."

Chris' pictures follow his wife Elsa Pataky's comments on the #MeToo movement and how she was concerned that the movement could go too far. She spoke to Stellar magazine and said, "To have change, you must always go to the other extreme, just for people to see it and have a voice. But we have to be careful."