Salman Khan’s fans, Rejoice yourselves there comes a sequel to Ek the Tiger, as Tiger Zinda hai


The news just has been come up the way that the actor is yet again casted for the sequel of Ek The Tiger, in Tiger Zinda Hai and to the surprise, the actor is going to be seen in a completely new avatar in an unbelievable role and as report claims, it’s the first time that Salman will be doing a role which has never been done before in his career.

The competition between stars has raised so much that every star is experimenting with their character roles just to give something fresh as well as presence of a new character on screen and most of the actors have seemed to join the league and in the row, also came Salman Khan known as the Bollywood hunk especially famous for his cool avatars on silver screen is now going to play a character of a 70 year old man in Tiger Zinda Hai, a sequel to Ek The Tiger and this would be one such role in his career that can be described as the weirdest.

In the movie, Salam will be seen in a transition from 17 to 70 and the director who is making him doing this is none other than Ali Abbas Zafar, the man who previously directed him in Sultan. The prequel was directed by Kabir Khan. Ek The Tiger was the story of an Indian spy Tiger who was fighting a war against counter terrorism and in the upcoming sequel the film will showcase Tiger’s present and the journey forward, his high and lows and will have equal doses of emotion and action. The makers may cast Katrina kaif (not finalized yet) and will be produced by YRF.

Tiger Zinda Hai is said to be a copy of Korean spy drama but sources rejected the news and said that the film script for now has been in writing process. The film is expected to go on floors on April 2017 and to be majorly shot abroad.

Small Request: Dear Reader, hope you liked our content on Motivation. We want to keep our content free, engaging & effective to change lives. In order to survive and to create more content we need ‘Financial Help’. We value every single penny you pay us. Without your support we can't achieve our dream to turn 'Motivation into Utility'. Can you please help us using this link.