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Tiger Zinda Hai first poster: Salman Khan's Diwali gift to fans

Salman Khan's Tiger Zinda Hai is one of the most anticipated movie of the year, and it is alson the sequel of Ek Tha Tiger, which was released in 2012 and was an instant blockbuster. Khan on Wednesday shared the first poster from the upcoming action flick "Tiger Zinda Hai".

In the image, Salman can be seen with a bruised forehead, while he holds up a gun and stares into the viewers' eyes.

While Aamir Khan is all set with his Diwali gift Secret Superstar, Salman Khan too surprised his fans with a special gift on the festive occasion. We are also thankful that the first poster has veered away from the usual fixation of showing Salman Khan's back first (though the first look of the movie was all about that!). Ab Christmas pe milna... His first film Tubelight directed by Kabir Khan didn't manage to light up amongst the fans and audience and thus tanked at the ticket windows.

The film's tagline, "No one hunts like a wounded Tiger", is another intriguing factor about the film which has generated much curiosity among fans. In the film, Salman is starred opposite Katrina Kaif. The film has been extensively shot in UAE, Austria and Morocco. "Tiger and Zoya's second outing is going to be larger than life, and the shoot lives up to that", he said.

Tiger Zinda Hai is an action spy thriller film directed by Ali Abbas Zafar.

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