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Tiger Zinda Hai still : Salman Khan deadly face off with pack of wolves

Tiger Zinda Hai still : Salman Khan deadly face off with pack of wolves
Written by Shilpi Gupta

Salman Khan is gearing up for his upcoming action-thriller ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’ and it has instilled more excitement today with the release of another trailer. The makers and the superstar shared a brand new still picture from the film. In the movie teaser, Salman can be seen staring a wolf in eye for an eye stance. The movie trailer shows the wolves hunt in packs, while the Tiger (Salman Khan) Hunts alone. Salman Khan share the 20-second video of the movie and wrote, “Bhediye anek hote hai .. lekin Tiger – Sirf ek .. Aa raha hu #TigerZindaHai @yrf”

‘Tiger Zinda Hai’ is Directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, and is a sequel to ‘Ek Tha Tiger’, which is  going to release on December 22. Along with Bollywood superstar Salman Khan, the movie also features Katrina Kaif as a Pakistani agent Zoya.

The Film director Ali Abbas Zafar also share the video with a caption, In the wild on frozen ice… Tiger … @TigerZindaHai @BeingSalmanKhan @yrf Dec 22″. The video is making a lot of buzz on social media. Only, almost a week left for Salman Khan’s much-awaited project Tiger Zinda Hai to hit the theaters, and all fans of Salman and Katrina don’t even wait for one day for the movie release.

In the small teaser, Salman is being followed by a number of wolves and at the end of the video, he is attacked by a wolf.

Earlier there were reports which said that Salman will fight with the wolves for the action sequence in the ‘Tiger Zinda hai’, and the film-makers went an extra mile to shoot this action thriller while keeping up to the international standards in Austria.

Moreover, the Hollywood action director, Tom Struthers, who has worked on films, ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ and ‘X-Men: First Class’, is directing the fight sequences in the ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’.

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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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