I Globalnews_signup

Salman Khan back with a vengeance for ‘Tiger 3’

Salman Khan back with a vengeance for ‘Tiger 3’

Bollywood star Salman Khan is back to reprise his much-loved role as super-agent Tiger a.k.a. Avinash Singh Rathore in Yash Raj Films’ ‘Tiger 3’. 

Directed by Maneesh Sharma, the latest instalment of his spy thriller is set to release on the big Diwali holiday window this year. This week, YRF chief Aditya Chopra unveiled a video named ‘Tiger Ka Message’ that revealed that Tiger is in peril after being framed as “Enemy Number 1”. 

This video sets up the plot of the film that will show how Tiger (Khan) goes on a life-threatening mission to hunt down his enemies in this vengeful action entertainer. Tiger wants to clear his name for his country, for his family and he won’t stop at nothing. 

‘Tiger Ka Message’, a video that is a precursor to the trailer of ‘Tiger 3’, marks the start of the promotional campaign for the film. It was launched to coincide with YRF’s Foundation Day, the birth anniversary of the legendary filmmaker Yash Chopra

As has become the norm with big Bollywood blockbusters, the film get a multilingual release in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu. 

It also stars Katrina Kaif in the lead and Emraan Hashmi as an antagonist. However, an official announcement of Hashmi’s role is yet to take place. Meanwhile, Kaif is also missing from the teaser video. 

Salman and Katrina will reunite on screen after the 2019 film 'Bharat'. Prior to it, the duo featured in hits such as 'Ek Tha Tiger', 'Tiger Zinda Hai', 'Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya' and 'Partner'. 


Salman Khan back with a vengeance for ‘Tiger 3’
Film Review: Jawan [Soldier]

It comes as another Khan, Shah Rukh, continues to enjoy the grand success of his recently released action thriller film ‘Jawan’.  

He said: “It's a celebration. We rarely get a chance to live with a film for years. The making of ‘Jawan’ has been going on for four years due to Covid and time constraints.  

“There were a lot of people involved in this film, especially people from the South who came and settled in Mumbai and have been living in Mumbai for the last four years and working day and night for this film, which is the hardest work ever.” 

Related Stories

No stories found.


No stories found.


No stories found.
iGlobal News