So after a lot of anticipation, Tiger Zinda Hai has hit the cinemas and fans are going crazy to watch the film outside cinema halls. Be it multiplexes or single screens, the response is worth seeing everywhere.
However, we’ll not tell you about the experience outside cinema halls but inside them.
Tiger Zinda Hai starts from where Ek Tha Tiger ended. RAW has a responsibility to rescue 25 Indian nurses who are trapped by a group of terrorists in an Iraq hospital. Along with 25 Indian nurses, there are 15 from Pakistan as well. So, it’s a duty of Tiger & Zoya to come back and lead the rescue operation of nurses as a collaborative effort of RAW and ISI.
Fortunately, the whole film doesn’t ride on the shoulders of Salman Khan as the film has script in place and there’s an engaging narration which keeps you glued.
The film has action, emotions, patriotism, romance and everything that is required to fill your heart with emotions. On top of everything the film never gets ridiculous or annoying as many would’ve expected from it.
The only negative that comes in the notice is the predictable proceedings. Although it’s an engaging affair throughout but the required hook was missing.
Salman Khan does what is known for. The man lives his part and plays to the gallery. He is marvellous in every scene especially the action ones.
Katrina Kaif is unimpressive and hasn’t shown a great leap as far as performance is concerned. Supporting cast has also done well.
Ali Abbas Zafar deserves a huge round of applause for the direction he has given to the film. After a long time, the audience will enjoy a wholesome affair and considering the festival period starts now the film will just look better.
Technical Aspects & Music
The film has been shot beautifully on a grand scale. Every scene is rich and give you very good cinematic experience. Music is good too with Dil Diyan Gallan being an exceptional one.
Overall, Tiger Zinda Hai is a perfect entertainer for you this Christmas. Leave aside few problems, you won’t mind watching with friends and family.