- "No one hunts like a wounded Tiger," says the poster
- "Diwali Gift.... pasand aaya?" wrote Salman
- "Ab Christmas pe milna," he added
Happy Diwali, you all.
Salman Khan's poster reaffirms what the director had been promising all this while - "heat, guns and blazing fire, I hope this December is going to be warm." The much awaited action movie is actually a sequel to 2012's Ek Tha Tiger, directed by Kabir Khan. With Mr Zafar holding the reigns for the new one, sxpect lots of gun battle, "10,000 rounds of fire" and thrill inducing action sequences in the movie, which has been promised to be rounded off with a "heavy duty climax."
Tiger Zinda Hai, a major chunk of which has been shot in Abu Dhabi, has documented its shooting schedule on social media with interesting glimpses from the sets. Katrina Kaif and Salman Khan are back in India after wrapping the movie last month.
Both Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif have worked with Ali Abbas Zafar before - he made last year's blockbuster Sultan with Salman in the lead and directed Katrina in 2011's Mere Brother Ki Dulhan.
Be ready to meet Tiger once again on December 22.