However, seems like there are tough times ahead for this Ali Abbas Zafar's directorial. Shot across various destinations in Austria, Greece, Morocco, Abu Dhabi and India, Tiger Zinda Hai will see Tiger and Zoya travelling to five different countries, fighting against odds in a life-threatening mission. When that's the case, we are pretty sure we are about to get bowled over by some of the most spectacular action sequences in Tiger Zinda Hai when it releases on December 22. Are you ready to witness this action sequence?
The sequence with wolves was a risky one for the superstar and required the assistance of special wolf trainers.
Calling it "one of the most important chapters" in the movie, Ali Abbas Zafar said the chase was incorporated in the movie to give an edge to Tiger's character: "The idea was to do something, which has never been seen on the Indian screen, and give Tiger's character an edge".
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While Hollywood fans cheered for Leonardo Di Caprio as he tackled a bear in The Revenant (2015), Bollywood will have Salman Khan taking on a pack of blood-thirsty wolves in Tiger Zinda Hai. "The unit spent months planning the shoot", says the source, adding that action choreographer Tom Struthers spearheaded the sequence.
The official Twitter handle of Yash Raj Films share the picture and captioned it as, "Throw him to the wolves, and he'll return defeating the pack!" A source had earlier told the DNA it is the producer's vision that film matches with the worldwide standard of action.