Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif starrer upcoming film Tiger Zinda Hai has a Hollywood connection to the film. The film is being directed by Ali Abbas Zafar.
After his blockbuster film Sultan, Bollywood director Ali Abbas Zafar has started working on his next, “Tiger Zinda Hai”. The film stars Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif in the lead roles.The film has been a talk of the town and has raised the curiosity since it was announced. As Tiger Zinda Hai brings back the former couple together after almost 4 years. The film will start rolling from March 15 in Austria. And we have some interesting news about the film that will leave you excited.
According to reports, director Ali Abbas Zafar has roped in Hollywood’s award-winning action director Tom Sturthers. He is appointed to choreograph the stunt sequences in the film. Yes, he is the one who brought his action skills in Hollywood films like X-Men: First Class, Inception, Batman Begins, Dark Knight and Dark Knight Rises. Sounds interesting, isn’t it? With International crew being on board for the Bollywood film, it seems Tiger Zinda Hai has much to offer that one might have not expected.
As earlier we exclusively revealed, Salman Khan has already started working on his body for the film. Laced with loads of action sequence and water stunts, he needs to have the perfect physique to pull it off. The Being Human star has been on a strict workout and diet regimen. He managed to shed all the extra weight in the last three months.
Tiger Zinda Hai is a sequel to the hit romantic action film, Ek Tha Tiger (2012). Ali Abbas, who replaces Kabir Khan as the director, has already started with the shooting of the film in Morocco. The film is said to be the story of an Indian spy (RAW) code-named Tiger. He falls in love with a Pakistani spy agent during an investigation.
In a recent interview, the director had said, “It is a sequel, but it’s too early to talk about it in detail. It’s a political espionage and it’s about spies, what is happening in the world today, where does India stand, what is right, wrong. It’s about all of that.”