“She’s over there!” PWC’s, boats and jacked gun-toting dudes in suits chasing down Bollywood’s sexy Katrina Kaif on her personal water scooter in Bollywood’s newest release, “Bang Bang” an Indian action film remake of Hollywood’s “Knight and Day” starring Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz.
What is super cool is the use of PWC’s and the newest water jet-driven device, the Zapata Flyboard. The Flyboard has been taking the world by storm as an inexpensive accessory to your current PWC with a price tag more than 1/10 less than the Jet Lev. This hilarious outtake you are about to watch features Katrina Kaif, aka “Harleen,” attempting to get away from potential murderers when out of nowhere, Hrithic Roshan, or “Rajveer” strapped into the Flyboard and packing some serious heat, breaches the ocean surface multiple times firing a hail of bullets, taking out bandits one by one while getting Katrina to safety.
Yes, the clip is a bit bright, albeit CGI and yes, humorous but at the end of the day, there is a movie out there utilizing PWC technology which helps to bring awareness to the world. It was the first time that something like this was used in Bollywood or Hollywood and Hrithik became the first actor to do a flyboarding stunt in a film.
Fun Fact: Hrithik injured himself during one of the Flyboard scenes which set back the film a bit; however, Peter Hendra, owner and Managing Director of Australia’s Flyboard X, played Hrithik’s stunt double, and if I must say so, did an excellent job.