Salman Khan’s ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’ advance booking begins from Tomorrow

Salman Khan’s ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’ advance booking begins from Tomorrow
Written by Shilpi Gupta
Superstar Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif starrer “Tiger Jinda Hai” are all eagerly waiting. The producers of the film are leaving no stone unturned for the film’s bold entry. Whether it is a movie promotion or a movie advance booking. Much awaited movie of 2017 is going to hit the screens on December 22. However, this Sunday, December 17 the advance booking of the film will start. Booking in Dubai has already started. It is worth mentioning that many of Dubai’s theaters have been filled as soon as the advance booking starts.
It is Believed that box office performs superb collections during Christmas. Trade pundits believe that the film is going to give an opening of 30-35 million in India. There is plenty of craze about the film. However, the highest grossing film on Christmas is Dangal with 387 crores. In such a way, the time will tell if Salman Khan can break this record or not.

The new version of ‘Tiger Jinda Hai’ has been released on the super hit song ‘Welcome from Swag’. The song has been introduced in Arabic, which is quite fun like its original version. This song is sung by Rabih Baroud and Brigitte Yaghi. However, the signature line of the song ‘Swag will be welcomed’ is kept in Hindi only as “Swag se kre hum subka swagat”. The song has been translated by Mohammed Jad Malak. Earlier, ‘Masha Allah’ from the film ‘Ek Tha Tiger’ was given an Arabic twist and also liked by the audience.

It is clear that this film of Yash Raj Banner is not only in India but it is also going to earn well in overseas. At the same time, the release of the movie on Christmas will also be of great benefit.
According to the audience review, the trailer of the movie is mind-blowing and the songs have become huge chartbusters increasing the excitement among the fans.

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Shilpi Gupta

Food Technologist by Profession and Blogger by Destiny. love to write articles on food technology, spirituality and social issues.

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