Avengers star Chris Hemsworth gave fans a sneak peek at his trip to India as filming wraps for his upcoming film Dhaka.
Even demigods want to see the world.
The actor bid farewell to the country on Instagram, posting a video of crowds gathering round him.
He sung director Sam Hargraves praises as he said the film includes the most intense and exciting action sequences ever done.
Thats a wrap for the India portion of our shoot, next stop Thailand, he said.
Cant 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, he added.
Our director @thesamhargrave is bringing it to a whole new level.
Count us in.
Chris will star alongside Stranger Things David Harbour in the upcoming flick, which follows a young boy who is kidnapped and held in one of the worlds most impenetrable cities during a drug-fuelled war.
The Thor actor is believed to play Tyler Rake, a fearless mercenary, in the Netflix movie.
Previously, Chris gave fans a glimpse of the trip by posting some photos with adoring fans and director Sam.
Week one down here in India. By far some of the most intense action sequences Ive been apart of and the heat certainly adds an edge to it but damn were getting good stuff!! gonna be unreal, he wrote.
The first shot is of our director, the insanely talented @thesamhargrave.
Posting more snaps, he gushed: Beyond thankful for the kindness and generosity that the people of India have extended to us while making our little film here.
The video comes a couple of weeks after the actor was seen looking adorable with his family at Australias Byron Bay.
He was spotted taking some time off of galaxy-saving to hang out with his six-year-old daughter India Rose, as well as twin sons Sasha and Tristan, four, and his wife Elsa Pataky.
Really, could the Hemsworth clan get any cuter?
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