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Tiger Zinda Hai
Christmas 2017. There will be peace.

Tiger Zinda Hai

22 Dec, 2017
2 hrs 41 mins
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The sequel to the blockbuster Ek Tha Tiger, Tiger Zinda Hai carries forward the story of two spies, Tiger (played by Salman Khan) and Zoya (played by Katrina Kaif), eight years after their previous mission.
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Verdict: Bhai is swag personified in this action-thriller. If Eid is synonymous with Salman Khan, Aamir Khan made Christmas his own by releasing most of his films during that time. But this year, Bhai took both the festive slots for himself. Tubelight, which hit theatres for Eid this year, had Khan play a simpleton and now []... ...Read full review
It`s inspired by the real-life incident of the rescue of Indian nurses held hostage in Iraq by terrorists and at the helm of affairs of the mission is Indian RAW agent Tiger (Salman Khan). ...Read full review
Filmmaker Ali Abbas Zafar returns to the silver screen after Sultan and it only gets bigger and better with `Tiger Zinda Hai`. The film is a sequel to 2012 blockbuster hit Ek Tha Tiger which was helmed by Kabir Khan. Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif reprise their roles of Tiger and Zoya respectively in the film and this time their family has a new membera cute looking son, called Junior. ...Read full review
Tiger Zinda Hai starts with Ali Abbas creating a pretty intense backdrop for what he has in store for us. A bus full of nurses gets hijacked by a terrorist organization ISC in Iraq. The officials in India decide to appoint Tiger for this missions. ...Read full review
Salman Khan is not an actor, he is an emotion. Until he joined hands with director Kabir Khan, who has a flair for making war films in Bollywood, the actor wasn`t really a content-driven star. `Ek Tha Tiger` or `Bajrangi Bhaijaan`, both the films had a plot, and looks like Salman`s high-octane action and thrilling plot saves `Tiger Zinda Hai` after his last `Tubelight` sank without a trace. ...Read full review
Tiger is back. The sequel to Ek Tha Tiger reunites us with Salman The Spy, who still makes a killer kaali daal, schmoozes with his beloved biwi Zoya (yes, gasp, the very one from Pakistan) and saves the world, with a little bit of help from both their friends. ...Read full review
Its a tense day in North Syria. Forty Indian and Pakistani nurses have been abducted by a terrorist group ISC (read ISIS). Tiger (Salman Khan) is the special agent RAW has appointed for the rescue mission. He is about to enter the danger zone when his wife and Pakistani agent Zoya (Katrina Kaif) whispers in his ear, Apna khayal rakhna (take care). In response, Salman Khan smiles sarcastically as if this is the most insignificant wish on Earth. ...Read full review
"Yeh toh puri army lekar aa gaye hai," a scared Indian nurse says at one point as she looks out of the window and sees ISIS troops landing up in droves at a hospital in Iraq where she and her colleagues have been held captive. "Ghabrao mat," says her companion, an Indian RAW agent, "abhi Tiger zinda hai." ...Read full review
Ali Abbas Zafars Tiger Zinda Hai is an out and out Salman Khan-film and tailor-made for his loyal fan base who wouldnt miss the film for the world. But that also is the saddest part of the film in that we`ve reduced an actor to just being a `superstar`. ...Read full review
Tiger Zinda Hai, its inevitable, gratuitous sequel, has none of the smarts, wit, kineticism or aplomb to pull it off. Directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, the follow-up is a work of staggering stupidity jostling its thoughts on humanism and harmony through sanctimonious speeches about insaniyat and images of Ganpati and crucifix lodged side by side. ...Read full review
The title Tiger Zinda Hai - translated as `Tiger Is Alive` - is supposed to tell you that as long as Salman Khan, who plays Tiger, is around, there is nothing to fear: hostages, Hindustan, heroine are all safe. A sequel to the 2012 hit Ek Tha Tiger (a Salman film I rather enjoyed), we see him as an Indian intelligence agent married to Pakistani intelligence agent Katrina Kaif, forced back into action. ...Read full review
Somewhere in North Syria, an American journalist finds himself in the clutches of an Islamic terror outfit called ISC and ends up being executed. The narrative then moves to a contingent of 40 nurses (25 Indian and 15 Pakistani) who are taken as hostages in a hospital by the ISC chief Abu Usman (Sajjad Delafrooz) after he gets injured in an ISC-American air-strike. ...Read full review
Let me begin by expressing my admiration for all that director Ali Abbas Zafar is trying to accomplish in Tiger Zinda Hai. Firstly, he must genuflect before the outsized Salman Khan persona and deliver, once again, the noble, muscled superhero that Bhai fans revere and demand. ...Read full review
Tiger Zinda Hai doesnt inspire much confidence in Indias Research & Analysis Wing if theyre shown reaching out to a former Super-Spy, presumed dead for the last eight years, to lead their most urgent mission. Frankly, what should one make of this? They have no one on their roster with a similar set of skills? And what if Bhai said no? It makes me very afraid for our safety. ...Read full review
Tearing through the streets of a war-ravaged city, a dusty hatchback containing the lead pair and a child hope to escape the clutches of a maniacal warlord. Dodging a shower of bullets sputtered from automatic weapons and rocket launchers propelling explosions, the spy couple come to a jolting halt when surrounded by armed adversaries on either side. ...Read full review
Every superstar, whether in Hollywood or Bollywood, needs a franchise to fuel and sustain their stardom. Salman Khan had Dabangg before, now he has the Tiger franchise too. If Ek Tha Tiger established the spy, action movie genre in Hindi cinema, Tiger Zinda Hai takes it forward. Director Ali Abbas Zafar`s action thriller takes things to a whole new level. ...Read full review
Surrender yourself to Tiger and Zoyas charm and watch Tiger Zinda Hai for the sheer value of what it offers adrenaline rushing entertainment. Salmans superstardom hasnt got such a good homage by a director in a very long time. ...Read full review