After celebration Ganesh Chaturthi with family, superstar Salman Khan had to fly back to Abu Dhabi to resume shooting for ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’.
The project, co-starring Katrina Kaif, is in its last schedule of filming and is prepping for its climax scene.
As revealed by director Ali Abbas Zafar in a tweet, the finale will involve 10,000 rounds of gunfire, presumably with blanks. Mr Zafar posted a picture of what he hashtagged an armoury with several guns leant against the walls. “Ready to fire 10,000 rounds of fire…the madness begins,” Ali Abbas Zafar tweeted. Tiger Zinda Hai is currently filming in Abu Dhabi.
— ali abbas zafar (@aliabbaszafar) August 27, 2017
Zafar says “Tiger Zinda Hai” will have a big ending sequence full of action where 10,000 rounds of blank ammunition will be fired.
The makers of “Tiger Zinda Hai” have locked Christmas 2017 for the release of the Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif starrer.
The team of “Tiger Zinda Hai” has shot in scenic locales of Austria and Abu Dhabi.
Mr Zafar has directed both Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif before – he made last year’s blockbuster Sultan with Salman in the lead and directed Katrina in 2011’s Mere Brother Ki Dulhan.
Ali Abbas Zafar takes over stewardship of Tiger Zinda Hai from Kabir Khan who directed Ek Tha Tiger. Salman and Katrina both return in their roles from the original film – a RAW agent named Tiger and a Pakistani spy called Zoya. Girish Karnad also reprises his role as Tiger’s boss. Additions to the cast of the sequel include Paresh Rawal and Angad Bedi.
Tiger Zinda Hai, produced by Yash Raj Films, will release this Christmas.