Salman Khan reveals details about Tiger Zinda Hai: 'Plot is inspired by a real incident'
Salman Khan's next awaited release Tiger Zinda Hai has been in the buzz for quite some time now. It is an official sequel of Khan's 2012 blockbuster Ek Tha Tiger co-starring Katrina Kaif and directed by Kabir Khan.
The upcoming installment of Tiger franchise is being helmed by Salman's Sultan director Ali Abbas Zafar and stars Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif donning the same characters they had essayed in the first edition.
Speaking to DNA, Salman Khan says, "Tiger Zinda Hai is going to be bigger than Ek Tha Tiger for sure. It begins from where we left off in part one. Tiger Zinda Hai has things that you have never seen before in Indian cinema. We are making this film on a huge scale, especially the action."
The whole team has shot the film extensively in Austria and the UAE. Elaborating on the action sequences, Khan adds, "The action scenes that I have shot with the team in Austria and Abu Dhabi are on another level. There are horses, tanks, big weapons and there’s this whole army, military backdrop. It’s like something you see in Hollywood films."
He also told the newspaper that the film's plot is inspired by a real incident, but didn't divulge any more information about the film.
DNA's report also said that Salman is yet to shoot 30-40 per cent of the film. The Tiger Zinda Hai team are reported to travel to Morocco for 15 days and then they will do the wrapping schedule in Abu Dhabi which is supposed to be for 40 days.
Salman's recent release Tubelight directed by Kabir Khan didn't fare too well at the box-office (in comparison to his previous releases) but his performance as a man child did earn the actor a fair share of appreciation.
Updated Date: Jul 10, 2017 10:51:02 IST
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