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Salman Khan is all guns blazing in new 'Tiger Zinda Hai' still

Salman Khan is all guns blazing in new 'Tiger Zinda Hai' still”

Katrina Kaif and Salman Khan are working together on the upcoming Indian spy thriller Tiger Zinda Hai, which is the sequel to the film Ek Tha Tiger. But since both films are releasing in December which marks the year end, can either of these two touch Baahubali 2 is a still big question. A star hero is using 30 kgs gun in the shooting of his movie, below are the complete details. Recently, a video of her going toy shopping with a toddler went viral although it was not shared by Katrina herself. We have seen her turning up the heat many times with her hot diva avatar but people have hardly imagined as somebody who loves kids. "We had to flip the gun continuously, and keep both in ideal functioning condition". Salman Khan revealed the first poster of Tiger Zinda Hai through his official Twitter account on October 25, 2017.

Well with such high octane action we are eagerly waiting for the film. When action films are being made star heroes take the risk of performing stunts all by themselves with a body double and also filmmakers bring original weapons to bring authenticity into the film.

"Tiger Zinda Hai" will feature Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif as the leads and is up against the much awaited "Padmavati" for release.



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