Tiger Zinda Hai is inspired by the real-life incident of the rescue of the Indian nurses who were seized and taken under the control by the terrorists of Iraq (jihadist group ISIS/ISIL). The entire affairs of the mission have been done successfully by Indian RAW agent Tiger (Part played by Salman Khan).
The Review: Tiger Zinda Hai
The story starts from where the first sequel left off. The Indian RAW agent Tiger (Salman Khan) and ISI agent Zoya (Katrina Kaif) are married. They along with their son are passing their happy and peaceful life. Eight years have been passed since they decided love over missions. Now, their plans have been changed, and there is a new mission in front of them. The mission was quite impossible for the Sota Hua Tiger (The Little Tiger).
The ex-boss of Tiger Shenoy (Girish Karnad) brings him into a light and offered a great job of rescuing 25 Indian nurses who are held hostage at a hospital by the fearful gang of terrorists privileged by Iraq. Thereafter, the ‘tiger’ of the movie started showing his heroic power and the events looming large gradually.
Katrina Kaif also jumps into the fight to rescue the 15 Pakistani nurses who are also held hostage by the Indians. Another USP of the situation is that both the Indian and Pakistani agents are brought together to rescue them for the sake of humanity. The most striking point is that there is a fair patriotism flashed at that point. all these are performed with loads of swag and style.
The visual excellence of the movie really demands the praise of everybody. The part played by Salman Khan, Tiger is really stunning with the roaring confidence. The dialogues are also designed with the match of the character, and the weighty punches make the view awe-provoking.
The fans of Salman Khan wait for the time when he bares his torso, and also they got here the “true-blue Salman”! However, the screenplay slackens the focus and our attention also. Lots of ammo was at the hands of the director Ali Abbas Zafar. The stars, Katrina Kaif and Salman Khan were the cannons to make the roar more frightening. The direction, however, falters and unable to capture your whole attention during the runtime of the film.
The supporting actors are competent enough, and Paresh Rawal shows himself a dependable performer. Katrina Kaif gets into action, displays some kick-ass stunts. The head of the terrorist organisation, Abu Usman (Sajjad Delafrooz) pays his role proficiently.
When the entire star casting is so apt, the storyline should be more compelling. Needless to utter, there are lots of sequences which defy logic. However, the producer offers you so many moments that impress the fans of action films and the fans of Salman Khan.
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