Buzz broke out a suspense about Katrina’s character from the film Tiger Zinda Hai!
There is news that Katrina Kaif will be playing a negative role in Tiger Zinda Hai. Fans might see her playing dirty games against Salman Khan.
A source while talking action with DNA had earlier revealed about Katrina’s role,
While in Ek Tha Tiger Hai, Katrina was just seen as a lovely prop, in the action-drama Tiger Zinda Hai you will get to see the actress doing a lot of action for the first time. Katrina has never done hard-core, high-octane action before in any of her films, like hand-to-hand-combat or flying into the air, so she will have to undergo training for it.
As we can see that Salman and Katrina, one of the Bollywood’s favourite couple are sharing screen after 4 years. Fans must be very excited to see them together again after so long.
Director Ali Abbas Zafar further assures how he’s going to make the most out of this reunion as he had quoted saying
I am writing spontaneously, going with my instinct. I chose to do the film because of the pressure of it. Directing Katrina (Kaif) and Salman (Khan) in an instalment of a successful franchise is not easy. But, I am focusing on telling a more relevant story for today’s political climate. The characters are from the first part, but the story will be brand new.
Talking about the shooting locations for Tiger Zinda Hai, Ali also added
We plan to shoot at several overseas locations. Usually, my films are set in India. I often start a story in London or Budapest and invariably end it in Haryana or Kolkata. This time, the story will call for fancy locations; there will be a valid reason why the guys are in a new country. Finally, my passport will come to some good use.
Katrina clarified about Tiger Zinda Hai being a true sequel of Ek Tha Tiger as it continues from exactly where it left in the previous film. She told this in a media interaction.
The film is set in today’s times. It’s set in one time period. There’s no aage-peeche at all. It’s a sequel in the correct sense of the term. It begins exactly from where we left off in Ek Tha Tiger.