Chris Hemsworth chased by Indian fan during Shooting Extraction in Mumbai

Hollywood actor Chris Hemsworth is excited about his upcoming action Extraction release, which will start streaming on Netflix on 24th April. Ahead of the premiere of his Netflix series, the Thor actor shares a video on his Instagram handle in which his fans to a video of a persistent fan trying to get the actor's autograph by following his car on a motorcycle.

Chris Hemsworth is so impressed by his fan's daring that he even (jokingly) announced that the fan will be performing his motorcycle stunts from now on. Sharing the video, Chris Hemsworth captioned it 'Persistence pays off, not only did this guy get an autograph, but he does all my bike stunts from now on (sic).'

Chris Hemsworth chased by a fan during a shooting

In the video, Chris Hemsworth is seen sitting inside his car as he goes to the set of his movie Extraction, which was filmed in Ahmedabad and Mumbai in India and Dhaka. Just a few seconds in the video and one can see a fan with a photo of the star following the car on his bike. Later, the fan returns with some of his fans, all of them asking the star for his autograph.

You can hear Chris Hemsworth say in the video, 'One of the most enthusiastic fans I've ever seen,' adding, 'Yeah, buddy, not in the middle of traffic.' When the fan appears with more people, Chris is a little surprised and says, "Please, you're going to crash!'

Chris Hemsworth chased by an Indian fan

Fans followed Chris Hemsworth onto his set, where we can see a board with Dhaka base camp written on it. The actor decided to meet his fans and pose for the photos. In Extraction, Chris Hemsworth plays mercenary Tyler Rake, who is on a deadly mission to rescue the kidnapped son of an imprisoned international crime lord. Chris plays the damaged mercenary Tyler Rake, who is hired to rescue the kidnapped son of the Indian crime lord. Chris's action-packed Extraction arrives on Netflix on April 24. The film also features Rudhraksh Jaiswal, David Harbour, Pankaj Tripathi, Randeep Hooda, Golshifteh Farahani, Marc Donato, Fay Masterson and Derek Luke.

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