Tiger Zinda Hai This throwback pic of Salman Khan will inspire you to pump iron

Tiger Zinda Hai: This throwback pic of Salman Khan will inspire you to pump iron

The still in question is of the gas-chamber and gun fight sequence from the spy-thriller which released last year on December 22.

Mumbai: Filmmaker Ali Abbas Zafar, who is all set to direct Salman Khan in Atul Agnihotri’s Bharat, took to Twitter Sunday to share a throwback pic of the superstar from the film Tiger Zinda Hai.

The still in question is of the gas-chamber and gun fight sequence from the spy-thriller which released last year on December 22.

Salman, at 52 is undoubtedly one of the most eligible bachelors in the country and can give any of his younger colleagues a run for their money. The Dabangg Khan has an incredibly gorgeous physique to die for and the aforementioned still will inspire you to hit the gym and pump iron right away.

Tiger Zinda Hai has already made a business of over Rs 339 crores in the last seven weeks. The film has emerged as Salman’s highest grosser and his second blockbuster with Ali Abbas Zafar with who he had previously delivered Sultan.

A sequel to Kabir Khan’s 2012 Eid blockbuster Ek Tha Tiger, Tiger Zinda Hai has high-octane action sequences worthy of giving you the adrenaline rush. Not just Salman, even Katrina Kaif has pulled off some breathtaking stunts and jaw-dropping action sequences.

The film is a complete entertainer with some amazing songs and breathtaking cinematography. Besides this, Tiger Zinda Hai has a gripping plot and the storyline is fast paced.

2017 wasn’t a great year for Bollywood and hence it was important for TZH to perform well. Salman’s spy-thriller helped Bollywood in bidding goodbye to 2017 with a broad smile! By making a business of Rs 250 crores in 10 days, TZH became the second most successful film of the 2017 after Prabhas’ Baahubali: The Conclusion.

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