Friday, September 22, 2017 16:43 IST
YRF's mega flick Tiger Zinda Hai starring Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif has
wrapped up shooting with an elaborate schedule in Abu Dhabi. Shot for over
60 days in the Emirate, this spy drama has elaborate action sequences filmed
here. Action coordinator Tom Struthers of the Dark Knight and The Dark
Knight Rises fame has worked on this film with director Ali Abbas Zafar.
Zafar elaborated, "Shooting for Tiger Zinda Hai was gruelling, challenging
and a whole lot of fun. We've shot across pristine, relatively unseen
locations in Austria, Morocco and shot on a huge lot in Abu Dhabi along with
other spots. Right from the infrastructure, to the support that the local
military has given us, shooting here was smooth and a great collaborative
experience. Tiger and Zoya's second outing is going to be larger than life,
and the shoot lives up to that."
With the principle shoot completed, only a song remains to be filmed for the
film. A sequel to the record breaking blockbuster Ek Tha Tiger, Tiger Zinda
Hai has filmed across global locations on a lavish, visually impressive
scale and has worked with famed international technicians. Set to hit
theatres on December 22, this is the big Christmas release for 2017.
- Monday, July 16, 2018 Actor Vicky Kaushal injured in Serbia while shooting for URI
|Vicky Kaushal is currently shooting for his film URI in Serbia. The film is based on Indian army's surgical strikes...|
- Monday, July 16, 2018 Elnaaz Norouzi surprised by Salman Khan-Katrina Kaif controversy about Sacred Games
|Actress Elnaaz Norouzi is surprised that there is a controversy about the characters of Karan Wahi and her in the...|
- Monday, July 16, 2018 Learn Traffic Rules with Bolo Ta Ra Ra by Daler Mehndi!
|Daler Mehndi's much celebrated debut album is recorded as an entity in itself. Released in 1995, 'Bolo Ta Ra Ra'...|
- Monday, July 16, 2018 Diljit Dosanjh starrer Soorma emerges as winner at Box-Office!
|Shaad Ali's Soorma starring Diljit Dosanjh witnesses an upward trend on day 2, mints 5.05 Cr...|