JustInReviews provides you with the latest Hollywood and Bollywood news. On the movies front, the recent one to release is Salman Khan’s Tiger Zinda Hai. It happens to be the sequel to Ek Tha Tiger and we are bringing to you its movie review.
A break of eight years, spent in various European nations, hasn’t brought a change in Tiger from within. He is 45 at present, and his heart still beats for India. Yet, age is only a number for Salman Khan, so he battles wolves to give us a look at his physical ability. From skiing ala Vin Diesel to fighting ala Batman, he guarantees us of his immortal youth. Sooner or later, he got to sacrifice his shirt as well. This is nothing but a prelude to that extreme, orgasmic moment for his die-hard fans.
The story proceeds from where the first part in the establishment left off. Indian RAW agent Tiger (Salman Khan) and ISI agent in Zoya (Katrina Kaif) are hitched and carrying on with a tranquil living with their child. Eight years have passed by since they chose to pick love over their assignments. Be that as it may, the future has other plans for them, with yet another mission (mission impossible) in store for this Tiger who is sleeping.
Tiger’s ex-boss Shenoy (Girish Karnad) finds him and assigns him to save 25 Indian nurses who are held captive at a hospital by a feared terrorist organization that has assumed control over Iraq. He is about to enter the threat zone when his better half and Pakistani agent Zoya (Katrina Kaif) whispers in his ear, “Apna khayal rakhna (take care).” In reply, Salman Khan grins mockingly as though this is the most immaterial wish on earth.
With such a plot, the storyline should have been significantly all the more convincing and the editing substantially tauter. Needless to include, a number of sequences fall short on logic, yet in the meantime, there are several others that will leave Salman Khan and action film lovers inspired.
Film’s director Ali Abbas Zafar had a considerable measure of ammunition at hand, with the star value of Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif included. Yet, the direction seems to fall short and he can’t keep you bolted through the film’s duration. Supporting cast that comprise the rescue mission group are able and Paresh Rawal conveys a tried and tested performance. Katrina Kaif hones the action babe mode, showing some kick-ass stunts. In the interim, the villain in Abu Usman (Sajjad Delafrooz), leading the terror group, makes an impact with his part.
Tiger Zinda Hai offers all that you anticipated it would. From building up India-Pakistan companionship to demonstrating the secular credentials of our macho agent, you get to see everything. The good thing is that everything happens quick. Tiger Zinda Hai is of 161-minute duration and one can say that a moderate pace could have totally hampered the film.
All in all, it can be said to be a one time watch for the Salman fans.
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