‘Tiger Zinda Hai’ movie review: A right blend of action, emotions and drama

‘Tiger Zinda Hai’ movie review: A right blend of action, emotions and drama

Directed By: Ali Abbas Zafar
Produced By: Aditya Chopra
Cast: Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif, Sajjad Delfrooz, Angad Bedi, Kumud Mishra, Girish Karnad, Paresh Rawal
Duration: 2 Hours 41 Minutes
Rating: 3.5/5

There’s never been a time when the mass hasn’t awaited a Salman Khan film. Be it a subtle role of his like in that of ‘Tubelight’ or an action packed one like the one in ‘Tiger Zinda Hai‘, the audience has always showered him with immense love and support. Salman’s back with a bang on Christmas this year packing some punches and keeping you at the edge of your seat with Katrina Kaif as his constant support in this film directed by Ali Abbas Zafar.

Starting off with ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’, the movie picks up from just where ‘Ek Tha Tiger’ ended. The RAW Agent Tiger (Salman Khan) is happily leading a life with an ISI Pakistani spy Zoya (Katrina Kaif) in a small town of Austria with their very adorable son. Just when the happy family is leading a peaceful life, a life-threatening mission calls for Tiger interrupting their happiness. An Iraqi warlord has held 40 nurses as hostage in a hospital, which include 25 Indians and 15 Pakistanis. RAW instructs Tiger to save those 25 Indians while Zoya gets on the same mission to save the rest of 15 Pakistani nurses.

The movie has already started off as a massy entertainer and you’re not going to breath a sigh of relief just yet! There’s a lot more masala to the already existing one with Tiger and Zoya fighting together against one common enemy.

Ali has put in some splendid action sequences in the movie which make the otherwise predictable plot an interesting watch. As much as Salman impresses us with his fight skills, Katrina proves that she’s no less throughout the film. Also, the film has just the right amount of romance and music to balance it out with all the action scenes. Adding some comic to the seriousness is Paresh Rawal and Kumud Mishra. Angad Bedi doesn’t have a lot of dialogues and screen space, but sure does impress us with his bomb diffusing skills. Girish Karnad is as similar as he was in ‘Ek Tha Tiger’ while having a conversation with Tiger. Sajjad Delfrooz who plays the terrorist Abu Usman is quite convincing for his role.

Cinematography, music, background score, you name it, the film has it! ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’ is a perfect example of ‘has it all’ and doesn’t leave you disappointed even for a bit.

You can not and should not miss watching this one!

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