Tiger is back. The sequel to Ek Tha Tiger reunites us with Salman Khan, who is a spy, and deeply in love with Katrina Kaif, his wife as a Pakistani agent. Tiger Zinda Hai also goes several steps ahead in creating a bond of friendship between the two rival states, India and Pakistan. The entire story revolves around if their spies can bond to face of a common enemy, why not the two estranged nations? Ali Abbas Zafar is back with an overwhelming story after Sultan, and this film promises high octane action scenes, which defy gravity as well in every sense.
Zoya and Tiger are happily married and they have formed a sweet little world of their own with their child in the mountains. Exactly the way every other couple decides to live, but this one actually did it. In the movie, a group of 40 nurses is held hostage by a few terrorists, and this is where the entire story twists where special forces of India and Pakistan join hands to make the world a better place.
It is great to see Paresh Rawal back with Salman Khan on screen after a very long time, and the rest of the supporting cast including Angad Bedi and Kumud Mishra have done a fab job. Tiger Zinda Hai’s outstanding CGI effect act as an added asset. The cinematography, edits, and the music have been meticulously worked on, which takes the cinematic experience a notch higher. Kudos to Julius Packiam’s background score.
The makers of Tiger Zinda Hai made sure that no animals were harmed during the making of this film. If you are looking out for some dramatic action sequence this Christmas season, Tiger Zinda Hai won’t disappoint you! All the Bhai fans won’t stop going gaga over his romance with Katrina Kaif as well.
We give Tiger Zinda Hai 3 stars.