Post the unexpected and rather unfortunate box office outcome of Tubelight, fans and well-wishers of Salman Khan have kept sky-high expectations from his upcoming espionage-thriller, Tiger Zinda Hai. Since Salman is returning back in an out-and-out action avatar, with his rugged and fierce look, fans are more than excited to watch this larger-than-life persona on the silver screen once again. The stills of the film, that were being shared by the cast during the filming, created a great amount buzz. We only have filmmaker Ali Abbas Zafar and actress Katrina Kaif to thank for this. To make this Diwali more auspicious for his fans, Salman has released the first poster of Tiger Zinda Hai as a gift. He posted the same on his official social media account.
Salman Khan posted the First Look poster on Twitter and captioned it, “Diwali Gift…. pasand aaya? Ab Christmas pe milna… #tigerzindahai” With this impressive, action-packed poster, we surely can’t wait till Christmas to experience what seems to be a promised blockbuster. In no time, the poster has gone viral and has started fetching rave reactions from fans and the Twitterati. Here are some of the best reactions we came across…(Also Read: Tiger Zinda Hai first poster: Sneak peek of Salman Khan’s killer look is the PERFECT Diwali gift for his fans)
— Priyank Karn (@PriyankKarn1) October 18, 2017
— sabina lamba (@SabinaLamba) October 18, 2017
#TigerZindaHai first look is outstanding. comeon christmas a storm is waiting for u.
— Vivek Kumar (@viiikkkkkk) October 18, 2017
— Suraj (@being1707) October 7, 2017
The intensity in his eyes The way he expresses his emotions through his eyes is just
— (@SultanKiAngel) October 18, 2017
— Vishek Chauhan (@VishekC) October 18, 2017
— Banna. (@iJaideep_) October 18, 2017
— Himesh (@himeshmankad) October 18, 2017
— Rahitt Bhatt (@rahitt_bhatt) October 18, 2017
Tiger Zinda Hai is the sequel of the 2012 blockbuster Ek Tha Tiger and also features Angad Bedi of Pink fame in a pivotal role. It is set to hit the screens on December 22, during the extended Christmas weekend.