Yash Raj Films’ (YRF) , Bollywood’s much-hyped Diwali release, has set a new record of being packed with the most number of action sequences in a YRF film. This is the fifth film in the so-called YRF Spy Universe – after ‘Ek Tha Tiger’, ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’, ‘War’ and – all big box-office hits.
‘Tiger 3’ director Maneesh Sharma reveals: “Salman and Katrina are Tiger and Zoya – India’s biggest action duo – but it’s not just for actions’ sake. This is their story.
“They’ve always been in conflict together, their relationship has grown as the stakes have grown. And now the stakes are even greater – so the action has to follow suit. This has relentless pace because of the clear and immediate peril our duo face, and it only heightens the action.
“We have 12 amazing action sequences each of which will keep you on the edge of your seat. And on IMAX they look absolutely world class – I want our fans to be so proud of seeing their heroes in sequences that stand up to a global .”
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Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif reprise their iconic roles as super spies Tiger and Zoya in ‘Tiger 3’, produced by Aditya Chopra and set to hit cinemas on November 12.
Sharma adds: “We built this and its sequences so that when you go to the hall the tempo and tension keep rising all the way to an amazing climax. I can’t wait to experience the film in cinemas with Tiger and Zoya’s fans!”
Meanwhile, Aditya Chopra recently decided to hold back the release of the film’s second track Ruaan to protect a major plot point of the from being revealed. The track has been sung by Arijit Singh and picturised on Salman Khan. Holding back a sure-shot hit track is seen as a big departure from the norm because usually such assets are fully leveraged pre-release to garner maximum buzz.
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“Tiger and Zoya are on a much more personal and intense journey in this , and Ruaan gives voice to that. The way it’s picturised in the film, we really wanted to keep such main story plots, the way they are meant to be experienced – in the cinema, in the moment,” explained the director.