The Yash Raj Films (YRF) project is a sequel to "Ek Tha Tiger" and will return Salman and actress Katrina Kaif in lead roles.
The plot of the movie has been kept under wraps, but it has been reported that it'll pick right after the end Ek tha tiger, and Katrina Kaif will be reprising her role as the Paksitani agent who fell in love with him in the first movie. Finally, after sharing loads of on-set pictures, we have Salman Khan's official first look poster from the film.
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Here comes a special Diwali gift from Salman Khan, the actor unveils the first look poster of the mega movie, Tiger Zinda Hai and it is intense and mind blowing. But the poster marks the beginning of promotions for Salman Khan's year end release. Ab Christmas pe milna... Now, Ali Abbas Zafar is taking the franchise forward. Salman's upcoming Tiger Zinda Hai, which will be a spy drama delight to watch, the film's shooting had recently concluded in Abu Dhabi. As for the poster, it has Salman Khan holding a machine gun in his hands and scars on his forehead with the tagline saying that no one hunts like a wounded tiger.
Moreover, Zafar described his experience of shooting the film as "gruelling, challenging and a whole lot of fun".