Tiger Zinda Hai movie review.
- Likes: Good dialogues, some elicit loud and huge rounds of applause.
- Dislikes: The story is long. Katrina is good in action scenes and apart from Tiger, others don’t make much of an impact. Fun in bits and pieces. One time watch, nothing extraordinary.
Despite mixed reviews, Tiger Zinda Hai has become the highest Grosser of 2017, comfortably beating Golmaal Again.
Ratings:2/5 Review By:Saibal Chatterjee Site:Ndtv
This film simply isn’t interested in achieving any balance. The emphasis is unwaveringly on Salman the saviour. Katrina, fetching but flimsy, is compelled to take a backseat. Mercifully, the principal antagonist Abu Usman, played by Iran-born, UAE-raised Sajjad Delafrooz is no pushover: he makes his presence felt in no uncertain terms.Undeniably impressive in terms of its scale and flawless technical attributes, Tiger Zinda Hai is an exercise that rings utterly hollow. Its surface nous cannot conceal the sheer purposeless of all the noise it generates.
Ratings:3.5/5 Review By:Laspriya Site:TimesOf India
With such a premise, the storyline needed to be far more compelling and the editing much tauter. Needless to add, a lot of sequences defy logic, but at the same time, there are many moments that will leave Salman Khan and action film fans impressed. Whether Tiger is Zinda or not for the next round, that’s for you to find out.
Ratings:2.5/5 Review By:Shubhra Site:Indian Express
I’d enjoyed the first one while it lasted. I had fun in this one too, once I got past the whole ‘Come Children, Here’s Make A Spy Story For You’ explanatory mode of the flick, directed this time by Ali Abbas Zafar. Literally every plot point is picked up and repeated BEFORE it happens, so everything is easy peasy, comic-book-y. I shut my ears every time this happened, and returned only when the action re-started. Which, let me tell you, there is plenty of, and almost all well-choreographed, even if familiar. And the number of vehicles going up in smoke should give Rohit Shetty a complex.
Tiger Zinda Hai Movie Review by KRK
Tiger Zinda Hai Story
Tiger Zinda Hai continues the story of two spies Tiger and Zoya. Shot across various international locations with sleek production values, this espionage drama promises thrills, romance and entertainment.
A sequel to the record-breaking blockbuster ‘Ek Tha Tiger’, ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’ continues the story of two super spies Tiger and Zoya.
In this movie, Indian agents (RAW) join forces with Pakistani agents (ISI) to battle a ruthless militant (ISIS).
Tiger Zinda Hai Release Date:
Dec 22, 2017 ( India)
Director: Ali Abbas Zafar
Producer: Aditya Chopra
Cast: Salman Khan, Katrina
Run Time: 2 hours and 41 Minutes
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Tiger Zinda Hai Trailer
Theatrical Trailer of Salman Khan’s Tiger Zinda Hai, featuring Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif.
Based on Real Life Incident
The movie is “inspired” by true events, reports a indiatoday. The movie is based on Tiger’s attempts to rescue 25 Indian nurses held captive by a dangerous terrorist organisation in ‘Ikrit’ (the real incident took place in Tikrit), Iraq.
In 2014 (just months after the new Modi government took charge) India’s government officials, with help from intelligence agencies, successfully rescued 46 Indian nurses held captive by the Islamic State (ISIS) in Iraq.
Through their brief captivity, the nurses, nearly all of them from Kerala, somehow managed to stay in touch with Ajay Kumar, who was then India’s ambassador to Iraq, and the then Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy.
“Our apprehension really forced us to hate them (initially). But later we found in such a lawless situation, they were protecting us. At their mercy, they could have done anything to us but they never misbehaved or taunted any of us,” revealed one of the nurses