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Salman Khan and Latrina Kaif playing lead in Tiger Zinda Hai
  • Salman tweeted the first look of ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’ in which he has a wounded look.
  • Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif are in the lead roles.

Abbas Ali Zafar’s ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’ will be released on 22 December this year

Salman is all set to treat his fans this Christmas with his upcoming and most awaited movie of the year ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’. The action thriller is the sequel of 2012 movie ‘ Ek Tha Tiger’.

On the occasion of Diwali Salman shared the first look of his movie in which his bruised face is covered with a gun accompanied with a tagline, “No one hunts like a wounded tiger”.


Also Read:“Tiger Zinda Hai”: Salman Khan’s Upcoming Film

Here is the First look of Tiger Zinda hai tweeted by Salman Khan-

The fans are extremely excited to see the supposed Ex-lovers Katrina and Salman to light up the screen with their chemistry, once again.

-prepared by Pragya Mittal of NewsGram | Twitter @PragyaMittal05


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