Tiger Zinda Hai first look: Salman Khan roars in wounded look from this Christmas release

Salman Khan unveiled the first look of Tiger Zinda Hai on Diwali. The sequel to his 2012 action thriller Ek Tha Tiger, the film will release on 22 December.

FP Staff October 18, 2017 11:33:59 IST
Tiger Zinda Hai first look: Salman Khan roars in wounded look from this Christmas release

Though Ali Abbas Zafar's action thriller Tiger Zinda Hai releases this Christmas on 22 December, its lead star Salman Khan cashed in on the festive mood of Diwali to unveil the film's first look.

In the first look, Salman is holding a gun which covers his entire face, barring his intense eyes and a bruise on his forehead. The Arabic-style scarf he wears in the still transports the viewers to the song 'Mashallah' from the first part of the Tiger franchise — Ek Tha Tiger.

Also, what stands out in the first look is the tagline of the film which says, "No one hunts like a wounded tiger." Thus, this still promises that Tiger Zinda Hai will be an action-packed ride, probably several notches higher than its 2012 predecessor that was directed by Kabir Khan.

The action director of Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight franchise, Tom Stuthers, has been roped in to choreograph the action sequences of the film, that will reportedly involve Salman battling a pack of wolves in sub-zero temperatures in the opening scene.

Tiger Zinda Hai also stars Katrina Kaif, Paresh Rawala and Angad Bedi. It is produced by Aditya Chopra's Yash Raj Films.

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