Uh oh! Did we simply break one of the anticipations from Tiger Zinda Hai? So not at all like Kabir Khan’s Ek Tha Tiger which had Salman Khan (a Raw Agent from India) beginning to look all starry eyed at Katrina Kaif(an ISI agent from Pakistan) despite seemingly insurmountable opposition, Tiger Zinda Hai directed by Ali Abbas Zafar will think of a significant fascinating stunner.
I mean, not that the sequel will veer off far from the center plot of the film. In any case, if the industry buzz is anything to pass by then Katrina’s character in Tiger Zinda Hai is suspected to be more on the negative side. Now does that mean she’ll part with Salman or play filthy amusements to trap him? Is for you to figure. In any case, the way that Katrina’s required to be the baddie in this forthcoming sequel has made us very excited.
This reminds us how even a source had disclosed earlier about Katrina’s part getting meatier with Tiger Zinda Hai as it was cited, “While in Ek Tha Tiger, Katrina was just seen as a lovely prop, in the action-drama Tiger Zinda Hai you will get to see her doing a lot of action for the first time. Katrina has never done hard-core, high-octane action earlier in any of her films, like hand-to-hand-combat or flying into the air, so she will have to undergo training for it.”
While the simple truth of Tiger Zinda Hai marking the arrival of Bollywood’s most loved couple Salman and Katrina after 4 years has excited us a lot. Director Ali Abbas Zafar advance guarantees how he will make the most out of this get-together as he had cited saying “I am writing spontaneously, proceeding with my instinct. I selected to do the film because of the pressure of it. Directing Katrina (Kaif) and Salman (Khan) in a sequel of a successful franchise is not easy. But, I am focusing on narrating a more relevant story for today’s political climate. The characters are from the first part, but the story will be brand new.”
Discussing the picturesque areas for Tiger Zinda Hai, Ali also included, “We plan to shoot at a few overseas location. For the most part, my movies are set in India. I frequently begin a story in London or Budapest and perpetually end it in Haryana or Kolkata. This time, the story will call for fancy locations, there will be a valid reason behind why the folks are in another nation. At long last, my passport will go to some great use.
Not to overlook, Katrina too amid a recent media interaction had how Tiger Zinda Hai will proceed from precisely where it left out in the prequel as she said, “The film is set in today’s times. It’s set in today’s times. There’s no aage-peeche by any means. It’s a sequel in the correct feeling of the term. It starts precisely from where we left off in Ek Tha Tiger.”