Salman Khan’s Tiger Zinda Hai trailer is all set to release on this date


The most-awaited film of 2017, Tiger Zinda Hai, starring Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif is all set to end the year with a big boom at the box office. The Tiger Zinda Hai director Ali Abbas Zafar confirmed on Twitter that the trailer of the film will be launched on November 7. To increase the expectations of the fans that are eagerly waiting to see Khan again with Katrina Kaif, Zafar is constantly sharing movie stills from the sets of the film.

Both Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif are looking so good in their posters carrying deadliest weapons that we’re damn sure it’s going to be an amazing action flick. It is going to be a treat for Salman fans as they’ll get the chance to see the superstar back in action role. “The action sequences in Tiger Zinda Hai are mindblowing. They are plenty in number and are designed to match Hollywood standards,” Salman Khan told DNA when he last spoke to them. We can expect world-class action scenes that haven’t ever been seen in any Bollywood movie in the past. Tom Struthers, who was the main man behind the action sequences of The Dark Knight series, was roped in to design the dumbfounding action scenes.

The sequel has been widely shot in Abu Dhabi and also had two schedules in the country. “Tom is a master of high-octane action. His brief was to create action that is both larger-than-life and yet, realistic. He has delivered sequences that will stay with audiences for a long time,” director Ali Abbas Zafar said. The action director Tom Struthers said that “We’ve had to create a lot of explosions for the film. We’ve blown up 15 vehicles, of which four were moving vehicles. One of them was a 40-tonne truck that made a lot of noise when it blew up! What was difficult to make (the action sequences), actually feels beautiful to watch now”. The film is slated to release on 22 December 2017.


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