Tiger Zinda Hai Review & Ratings

By - December 22, 2017 - 05:10 PM IST

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Cast: Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif, Sajjad Delafrooz, Angad Bedi, Nawab Shah, Paresh Rawal, Kumud Mishra, Girish Karnad and others
Music: Vishal-Shekar
Cinematographer: Marcin Laskawiec
BGM: Julius Packiam
Screenplay: Neelesh Misra & Ali Abbas Zafar
Director: Ali Abbas Zafar
Producer: Aditya Chopra

Rating: 3/5


Continuing from ‘Ek Tha Tiger’, the duo of Tiger (Salman) and Zoya (Katrina) disappear from RAW and ISI respectively and settle in Europe. Meanwhile, Abu Usman (Sajjad) becomes the head of a powerful terrorist organization ISC and in attack aimed at him in Iraq, he gets injured. His men take him to a hospital and capture the place. In this process, 40 nurses from India and Pakistan are also kept hostage. The Americans decide to conduct an airstrike in a week’s time but RAW chief (Girish Karnad) decides it is only Tiger who can rescue the nurses before that happens. Whether the mission is successful or not forms the rest.

Artists Performances:

Salman Khan has delivered yet another stellar performance and there are many instances where he kept his stardom aside and behaved like a true agent. 

Katrina Kaif is drop dead beautiful and this time her role has enough meat to contribute to the plot.

Paresh Rawal was hilarious, Sajjad was superb and created that strong impact, Angad Bedi was apt, Nawab Shah was natural. The others did their bit as required and contributed properly.


The film comes across as a good combination of entertainment, romance, humour, patriotism and family elements. The director was sensible enough to bring about a proper message of harmony between India and Pakistan. The first half goes about breezily without much issues and the interval bang was good. 

The second half brings down the momentum due to stretched scenes and unwanted lags. Fortunately, things pick up in the last thirty minutes and lands well. This would certainly appeal to the action seeking and commercial audience. Overall, the film has enough ingredients to become a registered bumper success at the box office.

Technical Values:

The biggest asset to the movie is the cinematography, the visuals were captured very well and the production standards were top notch. Editing was required during the second half. The dialogues were good, the script was neatly written but the screenplay could have been crisp.

The background score was energizing and two songs were worth watching and listening. Costumes were perfect and the art department requires special appreciation. Action sequences were top grade and elevated the film’s stature.


Tiger Zinda Hai: This Tiger Will Roar!


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