After setting the IIFA 2017 stage on fire in New York with their electrifying performance, Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif are all set to fly to Morocco for the next schedule of their film, Tiger Zinda Hai. And this one will involve some heavy duty chase sequences, we hear. Director Ali Abbas Zafar, who is already in Morocco has revealed the details of the schedule while interacting with a daily.
“So far, we have captured some great action and stunt sequences with both Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif. Both stars have trained and prepped properly to shoot these sequences. Now in Morocco, we will shoot high octane sequences with both of them. And we are looking forward to some serious excitement on set,” the filmmaker was quoted.
What’s really exciting is that these chase sequences will involve horses that are specially trained. In fact these are the same stallions, who have been used in major Hollywood films like Troy, The Mummy and Steven Spielberg’s War Horse. Remember, we told you that Tom Struthers, the action coordinator of The Dark Knight movies is on-board for all the action sequences in Tiger Zinda Hai. So one thing is sure that the action part of TZH is going to be top notch. And this video that was posted by Ali on his Twitter handle recently just proves that right. ALSO READ: IIFA Awards 2017: When Salman Khan Called Katrina Kaif’s Birthday A National Event
In fact, Salman said that TZH, which is a sequel to the Kabir Khan directed Ek Tha Tiger is going to be bigger and better than the first part. The superstar had said that how they are making this film on a huge scale, and it’s something like we see only in Hollywood movies.
Plus, he also revealed that the plot of Tiger Zinda Hai is inspired by a real life incident. “The plot is also inspired by a real incident. It’s a really nice script. I cannot tell you what the true story is, as Adi (Aditya Chopra) will kill me!,” Salman was quoted.
Tiger Zinda Hai is slated to release in December this year. Stay tuned to India.com as we bring you all the updates from the Morocco schedule of Tiger Zinda Hai.