Five years ago, ‘Tiger Bhai’ aka Salman Khan appeared to dump the nation for a Pakistani spy.
Still, we heartily applauded Ek Tha Tiger in the theatres, making it a colossal blockbuster.
Ek Tha Tiger, by the way, released on Independence Day 2012.
But all that happened in pre-NaMo India.
We live in Different Times now, so Tiger needs to evolve.
So in Tiger Zinda Hai, Tiger regains his desh bhakti.
He no longer wants to live happily ever after with his Pakistani spy girlfriend.
He’s back in action, and this time, he is out to rescue 25 Indian nurses in Iraq.
The story seems loosely based on a real event, where 46 Indian nurses were captured by ISIS thugs.
Former indian spy tiger(salman khan) is hired for specific mission to rescue 25 indian nurses which was being captured by an terrorist organisation (ISIS) in Iraq along with the former pakistani spy zoya(katrina kaif)who is also part of this critical mission . Tiger then sneak in to iraq to find out who is involved in all these terriost attacks .Tiger then meets with zoya who tells him that usman al isral is the main leader of this terriost organisation it has to stopped
Director Ali Abbas Zafar adds Salman and Katrina Kaif (she plays the Pakistani spy, dummy!) as the main ingredients in a real-inspired situations degchi, adds some spicy Bollywood masala, and cooks up a storm in Tiger Zinda Hai.
Salman speak (Remember the Ek baar jo maine commitment kar di, phir main apne aap ki bhi nahi sunta from Wanted?) returns with Tiger Zinda Hai — after the very unSalman dialogues in his recent movies.
Check this out: ‘Shikar toh sab karte hain lekin Tiger se behtar shikar koi nahi karta.’
Wah! Wah! Taaliyan! Taaliyan!
Syed Firdaus Ashraf thinks Tiger Zinda Hai looks a winner.
Salman needs a hit after Tubelight’s red mark scarred his box office report card.