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REVIEW : TIGER ZINDA HAI AUR ZINDA RAHEGA

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The most awaited film of the year, Tiger Zinda Hai starring Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif in lead roles has released today worldwide. The film which is released with 4600 screens in India and 1100 screens overseas delivers what it was written all over it : BLOCKBUSTER.

STORY : It’s inspired by the real-life incident of the rescue of Indian nurses held hostage in Iraq by terrorists and at the helm of affairs of the mission is Indian RAW agent Tiger (Salman Khan) and along with Tiger, he has his lady and Pakistani ISI agent, Zoya (Katrina Kaif). Tiger’s ex-boss Shenoy (Girish Karnad) tracks him down and wants him to rescue 25 Indian nurses who are held hostage at a hospital by a dreaded terrorist organisation that has taken over Iraq. From here, it’s a Salman Khan show all the way with his star power and screen presence looming large as always.  The story revolves around how Tiger and Zoya with their team helps the nurses to rescue them from the ISC.

PERFORMANCE : It’s a Salman Khan show all the way. He has done what he does the best. 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 T-shirt in style. The whistles still reverberate in my head. His presence is dhamaakedaar and I love the way how he surrenders himself completely to Ali. On the other hand, Katrina Kaif has delivered one of her best action performance. Performing few major action sequences, she is flawless when it comes to the action sequences throughout the film. The supporting cast which includes Paresh Rawal, Sajjad Delafrooz, Angad Bedi and Kumud Mishra have totally done justice to their respective characters and make the film go smooth.

DIRECTION AND EDITING : Ali Abbas Zafar knows his game strong, he knows where to hit the ball. He knows his star, Salman Khan and he has made him do what the audience want him to see and that’s to entertain. But once you have delivered a piece like Sultan, you create expectation for yourself but here, the direction falters and he is unable to keep you riveted through the film’s run-time. Editing is crispy but not to-the-point as the film needed some more edit to keep the run-time a bit short. The film could have been easily 15-20 minutes short to keep it more lively.

MUSIC : The movie has only 3 songs, first one is the romantic track of the year’ Dil Diyan Gallan’ sung by Atif Aslam, the other is Tera Noor sung by Jyoti Nooran and the ending scroll rolls out with ‘Swag se swagat’ but Julius Packiam has done a mind-blowing job with the background score. Knowing the situations very well, Julius tries to paint a poetry with his music.

To conclude, It’s a treat for Salman Khan fans and TZH is a total paisa-wasool movie for everyone out there. Go with your family and friends and let Salman be your Santa this year. For me, It’s 3.5/5.

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