Tiger 3: Salman Khan And Katrina Kaif Are Back In The Bay After Completing Their Turkey Schedule

Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif return to Mumbai, from Turkey, to shoot for the final scenes of Tiger 3



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After completing a month-long rigorous shoot in International countries like Russia, Turkey, Cappadocia and Istanbul Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif’s starrer Tiger 3 has efficiently created its hype amongst the fans. Now, the lead actors are all set to fly back to Mumbai on September 25th to complete the shoot for the remaining portions of the film. According to a report in a leading news portal, the actors reached Austria yesterday where they have kick-started a 10-day shooting schedule.

The crew of Tiger 3 will shift to Salzburg from where they will move to Vienna for the shoot. Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif also clicked pictures with fans who wished them good luck for their upcoming thriller film. Since, the actors are working so hard for the film, the hype that surrounds the film is exceptionally high.

Tiger 3 is making headlines since its inception and this is reported to be the last location of their shoot where songs, as well as action sequences, will be filmed. As Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif will reprise their roles in the third instalment of the Tiger franchise, fans await eagerly the release of the film. Kabir Khan had directed the first part called Ek Tha Tiger and it was a blockbuster film. Ali Abbas Zafar had spearheaded the second part of the film and Tiger Zinda Hai had topped all charts. Now, Tiger 3 is directed by Maneesh Sharma.

According to the reports, Salman Khan will not be able to show up for Ganpati celebrations at his home as the actor will be busy with a back-to-back shoot schedule. Actor Emraan Hashmi will essay the role of antagonist in the film opposite Salman Khan and this marks the first collaboration of Emraan Hashmi with Salman Khan. Both the actors have been training hard in the gym for their roles. According to the reports from leading daily, Tiger 3 is all set to hit the screens in the year 2022.

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