The recent development is that the film's unit has wrapped up shooting for a song in the historic, quaint and visually stunning Golden Roof town, which is a favorite of many Hollywood productions as well. The duo have started shooting for Tiger Zinda Hai, which is a sequel to their 2012 film, Ek Tha Tiger.
Salman Khan himself made the announcement on Twitter, with a romantic picture and captioned it with "Back together, Tiger Zinda Hai" referring towards his upcoming movie.
Here's how happy the Swedes are, according to this report
The report also said people in China were no happier than they had been 25 years ago while happiness has fallen in America. Along with the Nordic countries, the Netherlands, Canada, New Zealand, Australia and Sweden are there in the top ten list.
Salman will be seen reprising the role of a RAW agent, Tiger, while Kat will be seen essaying the role of Zoya. Both have been tightlipped about speculation. The superstar took to Twitter and shared a photo, which features Salman and Katrina Kaif flaunting their handsome chemistry. We have been regularly bringing you all the latest updates of Tiger Zinda Hai.
This is the first schedule of Tiger Zinda Hai. Salman will reportedly battle a pack of wolves in an action scene in the film, as the team is going the extra mile to shoot this while keeping up to worldwide standards.
Brussels marks one year since deadly terror attacks
Ceremonies continued at Maelbeek Metro Station where a second suicide attack took place on March 22, 2016, also killing 16 people. The sculpture, by Olivier Strebelle, had stood in the departures hall of Brussels airport, and was damaged in the attack.
The movie TIGER ZINDA HAI is directed by Ali Abbas Zafar.
The cast and crew of the Yash Raj Films project is now shooting in scenic locales of Tyrol, Austria. Ek Tha Tiger was helmed by Kabir Khan. Let's wait till the film releases this December 22...because we're sure we'll get our answers by then!
Arsenal denies approaching Dortmund about hiring Tuchel as Wenger's replacement
He told Canal Plus: "We want Arsene Wenger to renew his contract, to continue his adventure, because we support him". The Gunners have lost four out of their last five Premier League games, and now sit 19 points off leaders Chelsea.