After wrapping up Kabir Khan's Tubelight, Salman Khan has now set his eyes on Ali Abbas Zafar's much awaited flick Tiger Zinda Hai which reunites him with his former flame Katrina Kaif on the big screen.
Recently, a picture of a leaner looking Salman Khan has been
doing the rounds on the internet and if one goes by the latest buzz
then it is believed that this is the superstar's new look for the
Ek Tha Tiger sequel. We even hear that the actor has lost 17 kg for
Yet another picture has gone viral where Salman is seen cycling
on the streets of Panvel, close to the farmhouse. Have a look
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Meanwhile, Paresh Rawal is the latest addition to the cast of
Tiger Zinda Hai. Always one to take up new challenges, the makers
have revealed that the actor will be seen like never before.T he
role is very special, and will surprise audiences who haven't
yet seen him portray a character like this one. Commenting on
Rawal's entry to the film's cast, director Ali Abbas Zadar said, "I
have always been a fan of his work and what he brings to his
characters and I can't wait to see him in this very special role, I
am fortunate to be part of a film which is Paresh Rawal's first for
Yash Raj Films."
Tiger Zinda Hai will go on the floors on 15th March in the
freezing locales of Tyrol, Austria with Salman Khan and Katrina
Tom Sturthers, who is known for the eye popping stunts in
Christopher Nolan's Batman series (Batman Begins, The Dark Knight
and the Dark Knight Rises) have come on board as the action
director for the film.
A YRF spokesperson said, "It will be very cold to shoot here,
but Tyrol is both an unexplored and a stunningly beautiful
location. We loved the challenge of shooting here. Tom Struthers
will bring in a lot of value with his expertise. That Salman and
Katrina agreed to shoot in this freezing cold place, where
temperatures fall below minus twenty degrees, just goes on to prove
how committed they are to the film."
This Salman-Katrina starrer will hit the theatrical screens on