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Bollywood Sweethearts Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif Shooting Film in Morocco

Bollywood Sweethearts Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif Shooting Film in Morocco

Rabat – Bollywood enthusiasts are keeping an eye on the Dabangg star Salman Khan and co-actress Katrina Kaif, who currently shooting their upcoming movie‘Tiger Zinda Hai’ in Morocco.

The Bollywood spy-drama, to be released this December, is being shot in Morocco at a speedy pace.

#SalmanKhan today at #Morroco for #TigerZindaHai Shoot !!

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After stealing hearts at the IIFA 2017 awards in New York, Khan headed directly to Morocco, according to Riger Zinda Hai director Ali Abbas, who shared an Instagram picture showing Khan taking horse riding lessons.

According to DNAindia, the now-skilled horse rider Khan is training on equally famous horses.   “These trained stallions were part of Troy, The Mummy and Steven Spielberg’s War Horse. Action in Tiger Zinda Hai will be overlooked by leading Hollywood technicians, led by Tom Struthers, the action co-ordinator of movies like The Dark Knight.”

The director also promised his fans that he is going “to raise the bar for action for Khan with this film,” according to Indian Express.

Tiger Zinda Hai is a critical point in Khan’s career, since his latest film, ‘Tubelight’, didn’t do well at the box office.

The actor’s fans are particularly excited for this latestadrenaline-pumper, as it brings Khan together with Kaif for the first time on screen in five years. Their latest work together was ‘Ek Tha Tiger’, the first film of the ‘Tiger’ film series.

“So far, we have captured some great action and stunt sequences with Salman and Katrina,” said the film’s director. “Now, we will shoot high-octane sequences with both of them. And we look forward to some serious excitement on sets.”

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