Salman Khan Unveils #TigerZindaHai, First Poster

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A few days back director Ali Abbas Zafar had revealed on his Twitter timeline that he will be revealing something special about Tiger Zinda Hai on Diwali. The actor shared the first poster of his much-anticipated film opposite Katrina Kaif, Tiger Zinda Hai on Wednesday morning. The actor will reprise his titular role from the 2012 Kabir Khan directorial, "Ek Tha Tiger".

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Within a couple of hours after Salman Khan releasing the first poster of Tiger Zinda Hai, the poster has received nearly 6.3k retweets, 3.2k responses and over 29k hearts.

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In the first look, Salman Khan has an intense look in his eyes as he holds a machine gun in his hand. The film has been directed by Sultan fame director Ali Abbas Zafar. Post TZH, Salman has Race 3 and a film with Remo D'Souza. After Salman's look, Katrina's fans will also be excited to see her avatar in the film. The caption on the poster reads, 'No one hunts like a wounded tiger, ' and we can be rest assured that this sequel will surely take the action scene a notch up. Here, we are talking about the first look of Tiger Zinda Hai. The spy drama will release on 22nd December, 2017. "We've shot across pristine, relatively unseen locations in Austria, Morocco and shot on a huge lot in Abu Dhabi along with other spots".

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