While other actors and filmmakers didn't take a risk to release their film anywhere near to Salman Khan movie, Nawaz seemed to have taken a big risk.
Mumbai- Director Ali Abbas Zafar, whose upcoming film "Tiger Zinda Hai" is based on a real life incident, says Indian cinema is now focussing more on realism.
Tiger Zinda Hai will release on Dec 22.
Ek Tha Tiger, of which Tiger Zinda Hai is a sequel, had won a lot of accolades from the audience for Salman's portrayal as a RAW agent.
The whole movie is not yet released and it is possible that this time Pakistani Board finds nothing against Pakistan and release it in the country but totally vice versa situation can occur as well. In the movie, the Bhai fans will get to see the jodi of Salman and Katrina on the silver screen after a long gap of 5 years.
Monsoon Shootout is releasing after four years which has left Guneet Monga, the producer, really elated. Says a source, "No other date is available before that". Besides, after December 22, there are no releases for two weeks and the makers want to cash in on that.
Salman's Tiger Zinda Hai has already increased the curiosity among fans. The official trailer not only does manage to raise the temperatures around all because of the outstanding look of Salman Khan but is also sure to leave the viewers in a speechless mode because of the action direction and fight sequences which are likely to match the global standards.
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