Salman Khan’s “Tiger Zinda Hai” Trailer is Out and it Stirs The Excitement.

Finally, the much awaited official Trailer of “Tiger Zinda Hai” is out on screen, stirring all the excitement of the audience. The poster that released this Diwali was enough to kindle the excitement and on top of that the official trailer just released, so you can imagine how it has awakened the inner roar for the ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’ movie.

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Tiger Zinda Hai, directed by Kabir Khan is the film sequel to Salman-Katrina’s Ek Tha Tiger. The trailer of the film is enough to make us have the knowledge that the film is going to be very intense action thriller. Director Ali Abbas Zafar has already given the audience a clue that it’s all set to stir up the excitement for Christmas Eve. It’s also on news that the director is supported by Tom Struthers, the action coordinator of Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises.

EK Tha Tiger was released on 2012 and it hit the record of earning Rs. 320 crore i.e. $ 50 million. This Indian blockbuster film was the only second Indian film to outpass the 300 crore parameter. And now Tiger Zinda Hai has already geared up to break this record.

In this film, Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif play the role of intelligence agents. Tiger is Indian agent and Zoya is a Pakistani spy. And they travel to five different countries to rescue the nurses from the hands of ISIS who have taken them hostage in Iraq. The film is based on real life incident where in reality, 46 nurses were actually held hostage by ISIS in Iraq on 2014. The film has been shot on five destinations including India. Shootings were done in Morocco, Greece, Austria, Abu Dhabi and India.

Poster of “Tiger Zinda Hai” was released this Diwali Eve, the trailer this November and the actual film will be on the big screen on 22nd of December 2017. The viewers and audiences are successfully teased by the official trailer and the film is much awaited for the Christmas movies-to-watch bucket list.

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