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Salman Khan's Tiger Zinda Hai to hit theatres on December 22

 
Salman, Katrina sizzle in Swag Se Swagat
Actor Salman Khan's Tiger Zinda Hai, in which Katrina Kaif is his co-star, billed as the Bollywood's biggest action adventure of 2017, is set to hit the theatres on December 22.
 
The espionage drama has been shot in five different countries across the world to capture what is being described as a "gripping, explosive and entertaining story'.
 
A dramatic journey of two intelligence agents -- Tiger and Zoya -- the film is huge in scale and director Ali Abbas Zafar wanted the expanse of the movie to come out through Tiger’s adventures across Austria, Greece, Morocco, Abu Dhabi and India.
 
“To meet the scale of the film, we had to travel to four different countries for different reasons. Certain landscapes needed to become a part of the film, so we had to go to Austria to get the snow-covered mountains. We also had to go to Morocco to feature crucial fight sequences of horseback riding. The country’s landscape and topography brings a certain texture to these sequences. It also has horses trained for some fight sequences, as many Hollywood films like Troy, and Mummy Returns. Greece was absolutely picturesque and was the perfect location to shoot the celebratory anthem ‘Swag Se Karenge Sabka Swagat’.  Abu Dhabi gave us desert terrain. We got great support from the Abu Dhabi government be it locations, production, army and air-force requirement. They helped us create larger than life action drama sequences. We also shot a couple of scenes in North and South block, Delhi. Overall, each location has huge significance and is part of turning points in the film’s script," Zafar said.
 
As part of the efforts to make a movie with international standards, Yash Raj Films' Tiger Zinda Hai team engaged, in each foreign location, with film crews that have handled major Hollywood films.
 
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