Sacha Baron Cohen shares terrifying Borat 2 behind the scenes footage

Sam Warner
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Photo credit: Amazon Prime Video
Photo credit: Amazon Prime Video

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Borat Subsequent Moviefilm mild spoilers follow.

Sacha Baron Cohen has shared a rather terrifying behind the scenes clip from the filming of his new Borat movie.

In one scene in Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, Borat infiltrates a right-wing rally disguised as a country singer as he tries to find his daughter, Tutar (Maria Bakalova).

However, Cohen has shared the raw footage not shown in the movie that sees him chased off stage by an angry mob.

Photo credit: Amazon Prime Video
Photo credit: Amazon Prime Video

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The actor escapes to a van and breaks character as he hides on the floor. He holds on to the door to ensure it is locked while the crowd can be heard outside, before asking the driver to drive them away quickly.

Opening-up about the disturbing moment, Cohen told The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: "This was the first movie where I had to wear a bulletproof vest.

"One of the guys who stormed the stage went for his pistol, and luckily enough there was a very brave guard who actually leaned in and said, 'it's not worth it buddy'."

Cohen notes in his social media post that it "was not the easiest movie to make". Watch the moment below:

Another deleted scene was shared over the weekend that depicts Borat's daughter Tutar (Maria Bakalova) infiltrating a press conference held by Donald Trump in the White House alongside right-wing media site One America News Network.

We also see Tutar in conversation with Donald Trump Jr at a campaign event, while a caption on social media suggests that Bakalova did not have to take a COVID-19 test before entering the White House.

Borat Subsequent Moviefilm is available to watch now on Amazon Prime Video.

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