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Tiger Zinda Hai is the action thriller film scripted and directed by Ali Abbas Zafar. The film features Salman Khan and his ex-girlfriend Katrina Kaif in the lead roles. Vishal and Shekar composed the songs and the BGM is by Julius Packiam. Marcin Laskawiec cranked the camera and “Rameshwar S. Bhagat” edited the film. Aditya Chopra produced the film under the banner Yash Raj Films. The film also has the star cast of Sajjad Delfrooz, Paresh Rawal, “ Sudeep,” Angad Bedi, Girish Karnad, Kumud Mishra, Anjalie Gupta, Neha Hinge, Nawab Shah and Ivan Rodrigues.
Indian RAW agent Tiger is married to Zoya, the ISI agent. They have a son and are leading a peaceful life. They didn’t have any contact with their old profession for eight years. However, Tiger’s old boss Shenoy finds him and seeks his help to rescue the Indian nurses, who were held as captives in Iraq. While on their mission, the couple finds out that 15 Pakistani nurses are also held as captives along with 25 Indian nurses. Tiger takes initiatives to unite the agents of both India and Pakistan and fight against the terrorism.
Salman’s exemplary performance is lovable to watch. The dialogues and the punches in his style are definitely a treat for his fans. Paresh Rawal and Katrina Kaif’s performances are also noteworthy. It is worth mentioning the performance of the villain Sajjad Delfrooz.
The film is inspired by the real-life incident and the director has scripted it effectively and presented it in a decent manner. As the director knows the pulse of the audiences, he has designed the dialogues to the taste of Sallu’s fans. Although the screenplay gets derailed at times, Salman fans are catered well. Production values are good with Aditya Chopra in hand.
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Although there are some loopholes in the film, with the presence of Salman and his action sequences, they don’t appeal as a big mistake. Salman’s fresh look and his combination with Katrina Kaif are compelling and Tiger Zinda Hai is a good entertainer!
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