Before we bring you Tiger Zinda Hai movie release date and the star casts, let’s dig more about the film.
The movie features Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif together after a long span of time. In the past, it emerged that the actress may not be a part of the film and is going to be replaced by someone from Hollywood.
However, the filmmakers are now confirmed about the set up and star cast. Now, have a look at Tiger Zinda Hai movie release date and other info-
Movie Name: Tiger Zinda Hai (December 22, 2017)
Genre: Drama, Romance
Released Date: December 22, 2017 (Limited)
Directed By: Ali Abbas Zafar
Produced By: Aditya Chopra
Casts: Katrina Kaif, Salman Khan
As per the first look of Tiger Zinda Hai movie and the inputs from Taran Adarsh (trade analyst), the movie sees Abbas to direct Salman Khan again after casting him successfully in Sultan.
The poster of the film released says it will be released somewhere around Christmas. But Taran confirms the release date which is December 22, 2017.
This film is a sequel to the earlier released film of Salman by the name ‘Tiger’ that proved to be the biggest blockbuster.
This movie is again going to be another one in the Tiger series. The film Sultan was made by Ali Abbas Khan and chose to direct him for the sequel in Ek Tha Tiger.
Tiger Zinda Hai movie still to finalize the complete star cast
The fact about the sequel that is being made is due to the factor of Ali Abbas Zafar.
He seems to be quite close to all three characters who’re going to cast in the movie.
The reason for this is quite evident. Ali is close to both Kabir Khan and Katrina Kaif as he happened to be the assistant director of Kabir Khan in a film- New York.
If we dig more and look at the story of the movie, then it relates to a different role of Salman Khan in the movie. He’s going to play the character of a 70 year old guy.
The filmmakers have also released the logo of the film by now to get a clearer picture.
The plot revolves around an Indian agent and a Pakistani spy. They have to act against their common enemy.