Tiger Zinda Hai review:Roaring Its Success

Posted By Admin    Dec 22, 2017   

Buzz Level:Very High

Star Cast:Katrina Kaif,Salman Khan,Anupriya Goenka,Paresh Rawal,Sajjad Delafrooz,Angad Bedi

Director: Ali Abbas Zafar

Producer/s Aditya Chopra

Release date:22 Dec 2017

Budget:150 Cr.(excluding Salman Khan's fees)

Screen count: India: 4600
Overseas: 1100

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Story Plot

Tiger zinda hai is full of romance, action and drama directed by Ali Abbas Zafar. About the story, Salman is out on the mission to save 25 nurses who have been taken hostage and get trapped in a hospital, and need immediate help. In comes Tiger (Salman) to rescue the innocent from the claws of an aggressive baddie. An army of trained militants in Iraq are spraying bullets at this undercover agent on a covert operation to rescue hostages from the clutches of religious extremists

Star Performance

Salman Khan lives his role and is the life of the film. He is so extraordinary that it seems, he was born to play this role and that the role was written for him and him only. Besides his endearing acting, he throws the right kind of attitude to carry off the role.
Paresh Rawal impresses with his histrionics, his uncouth, cut throat character and lends humour to his scenes with his phone's ‘Chandni’ ringtone.
Veteran actor Girish Karnad, who plays Tiger’s boss and mentor, is foisted with sycophantic dialogues that highlight his protege’s super-spy skills.
The villain Sajjad Delafrooz who plays the terrorist ring leader, Abu Usman. Hollywood action director Tom Struthers has gone all out with car chases, bomb explosions, oil tankers bursting into flames and bullets being sprayed like they’re going out of style.

Tiger zinda hai Review: Direction & Music

Ali Abbas Zafar’s direction is well done though he does make Salman Khan’s Tiger more superhero than spy.Tiger Zinda hai might seem a bit long in between, but once the action starts, it gets on track. Vishal-Shekhars songs are good. Cinematography by Marcin Laskawie is very nice. Rameshwar S Bhagat’s editing is good. Visual effects are nice .

The film is visually stunning in parts and Salman Khan plays Tiger with roaring confidence and dialogues packed with punch. Of course, his fans get a true-blue Salman Khan moment when he bares his torso. However, the screenplay often loses focus, slackening the film's pace and our attention

TZH released on 4600 screens in India while in overseas, it released on 1100 screens. The Worldwide total screen count for 5700. The film is made on a grand budget too. Yes, the cost of production is Rs 130 Cr while the printing & Advertising costs equal ₹ 20 Cr making the total budget of Rs 150 Cr.

Tiger zinda hai Review: The Last Word

Tiger zinda hai. I, personally, do not remember when was the last time I saw such suave, sexy & slick sequences in one film. Miss this, but do no watch on your cellphones. Feast on this astonishing cinematic experience only in the cinema hall The movie is based on the 2014 abduction of Indian nurses. This Christmas, Tiger is back with a roar, though it remains to be seen if it can match Ek Tha Tiger’s record and become the highest grossing film this year

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