Tiger Zinda Hai director Ali Abbas Zafar says every location has lent a texture to Salman Khan starrer

By | October 31, 2017


IANS

Oct,31 2017 14:50 36 IST

Los Angeles: Salman Khan-starrer Tiger Zinda Hai has been shot throughout 5 completely different international locations however every location lent itself to a turning level within the movie’s story, says director Ali Abbas Zafar.

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Shot throughout varied locations in Austria, Greece, Morocco, Abu Dhabi and India, the sequel of Kabir Khan’s Ek Tha Tiger will convey again Salman and actress Katrina Kaif as intelligence brokers Tiger and Zoya, who journey to 5 completely different international locations, combating towards the chances to meet their life-threatening mission.

“To satisfy the dimensions of the movie, we needed to journey to 4 completely different international locations for various causes. Sure landscapes wanted to turn into part of the movie so we needed to go to Austria to get the snow-covered mountains. We additionally needed to go to Morocco to function essential struggle sequences of horseback using. The nation’s panorama and topography brings a sure texture to those sequences,” Zafar stated in a press release.

“It additionally has horses skilled for some struggle sequences, as many Hollywood movies like Troy, and The Mummy Returns. Greece was completely picturesque and was the proper location to shoot the celebratory anthem ‘Swag Se Karenge Sabka Swagat.’

“Abu Dhabi gave us desert terrain. We bought nice assist from the Abu Dhabi authorities, be it areas, manufacturing, military and air-force requirement. They helped us create bigger than life motion drama sequences. We additionally shot a few scenes in North and South Block, Delhi. General, every location has enormous significance and is a part of turning factors within the movie’s script,” he added.

The Yash Raj Movies undertaking is slated to launch on 22 December.

(Additionally learn — Tiger Zinda Hai: Ali Abbas Zafar posts image of Salman Khan wielding a MG 42 machine gun)




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