Tiger Zinda Hai should release in Pakistan, says Imran Abbas


Meanwhile, Salman and Katrina will reprise their previous roles of a Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) agent, Tiger, and an Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) agent, Zoya, respectively. But surprisingly, the trailer hardly had any romance between the two stars. The superstar, however, has a plan to make up for the romantic scenes in the trailer.

According to a report in India.com, the Ali Abbas Zafar's directorial venture has surpassed the record of Baahubali 2's Hindi trailer. He wanted people to come in to watch the film, expecting never-seen-before action that it promises to deliver. Moreover, Tiger Zinda Hai's trailer that was released this Tuesday has been applauded by fans and film fraternity alike.

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If we bring the trailers of Hollywood movies in the discussion then no movie comes close to Salman Khan's movie despite registering a colossal number of views.

The actual record of Baahubali 2 which made heads turn is the box office collection record and it is no easy task. Salman's film has achieved this in just four days. The newly released Tiger Zinda Hai trailer has broken the world record for the most liked movie trailer ever in the history of cinema.

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Directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, Tiger Zinda Hai is a sequel to the 2012 film Ek Tha Tiger, which was banned in Pakistan for portraying their security agencies wrongfully.

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