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Tiger Zinda Hai Trailer: 10 times when Salman Khan proved he is surely an action king

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 7 November 2017, 15:31 IST
Tiger Zinda Hai Trailer: 10 times when Salman Khan proved he is surely an action king


The most awaited and interesting trailer of Salman Khan upcoming movie Tiger Zinda Hai has hit the Internet and the trailer is getting good reviews from the audience. The film director Ali Abbas Zafar has given all the edge of the seat action scenes in the film that we have seen in the trailer.

This is to notice that this film is based on the true incident that happened in 2014 when Kerala's 46 nurses were held hostages in Iraq, Mosul, however, later all were freed from there. The background is enough to make the story go forward but how this film will become entertainer Salman Khan is enough reason for it.

Salman Khan is reprising his role of Raw agent Tiger in the sequel of 2012 released flick Ek Tha Tiger. Tiger is back now and it is very dangerous for enemies. Even there are dialogues like Shikaar To Sab Karte Hai, Lekin Tiger Se Behtar Shikaar Koi Nahi Karta... and Tiger Dum Hai To Rok Le, Usmaan Agar Ab Tujhme Dum Hai To Tu Ab Mujhe Rok Ke Dikha...

Here are 10 best stills of Tiger Zinda Hai Trailer featuring Salman Khan :-

Tiger Zinda Hai Still Salman Khan
Tiger Zinda Hai Still Salman Khan
Tiger Zinda Hai Still Salman Khan
Tiger Zinda Hai Still Salman Khan
Tiger Zinda Hai Still Salman Khan
Tiger Zinda Hai Still Salman Khan
Tiger Zinda Hai Still Salman Khan
Tiger Zinda Hai Still Salman Khan
Tiger Zinda Hai Still Salman Khan
Tiger Zinda Hai Still Salman Khan

Salman Khan is totally a Rambo and action star in this film. The Kick star was not in form when it comes to action movies as his last action film was Kick (expect Sultan, it was sports-wrestling film) released in 2014. So it will not be wrong to say that this time he is coming with full of his avatar with guns and punches. The fans are surely waiting for the film which is set to hit the screens on 22nd December 2017.

First published: 7 November 2017, 15:31 IST
 
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