Salman Khan has release Movie on date 22 December 2017 of his film ‘Tiger Jinda Hai’ and now he has a good news for his fans.the trailer will be launched Today. After 5 years, the trailer of Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif, the pair of ‘Tiger Jinda Hai’ will be launched on 7th November. In this film, Katrina and Salman will be seen together again after the film ‘Ek Tha Tiger’. Trade analyst Taran Adarsh has made a tweet related to it, according to which, the trailer will be launched on November 7. It is one of the biggest box office films this year.
Salman Khan’s film ‘Tube Lite’, which was released earlier this year, has flopped at the box office, while Katrina’s last film ‘jagga jasoos’ has not even brought the viewers to the box office. In such a situation, both of these fans have great expectations from this film.
Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif starrer ‘Tiger Jinda Hai’ will be seen in the audience with action, romance and drama together. Say, Salman is working hard to make this film a hit. Recently some photos have been viral with the film set on social media.
Salman and Katrina are in Greece to shoot the last song of this film, from which these two have shared their beautiful photos. She is also seen with Salman Khan in a photo shared by Katrina.
Salman Katrina’s forthcoming film ‘Tiger Jinda Hai’ is a sequel to ‘Ek Tha Tiger’, which was proved as a super hit in 2012. Salman’s alleged X girlfriend Katrina was very much liked by her pair. Now, once again, they are waiting for their fans to return to Tiger and Joa’s pair. ‘Ek Tha Tiger’ was directed by Kabir Khan, while this time the command was taken by ‘Sultan’ Fame Director Ali Abbas Zafar. The film will be released on December 22. 12,2017.
The special feature of the film is that Salman Khan shot the film at –22 degrees in Austria. Talking about this scene shot in Austria -22 degrees, director Ali Abbas Zafar explains, “We needed a place for this scene in the film where there is an anecdote. We found that place in Austria, where the feeling is that the time has passed.