Later, you want the movie to end somehow to help yourself recover from headache. Hero is invisible against bombs, bullets, knife stabs. Movie appears like they made some kind project movie. And too much trivialization of covert operations by our defense services. So If are one of those die hard fan of Salman who likes and loves salman if the film was bad then go for this.
Not sure when this changed to some of us wanting to see 'realistic' films. It's a Salman movie, and yet it made me go to sleep in the end sequences!! The best while watching this movie was looking at the exit gate getting opened. Well made movie with human emotions, and clearly describes the string of events. And yes, Salman has taken up single-handedly the responsibility of bringing peace between India and Pakistan first it was Bajrangi Bhaijaan and now this. A oil-gas explosion happens, but the hero and his team have no bruises, even though they were few feet away from the bomb. My first star, for the opening sequence of Salman Khan!! Synopsis Inspired by real events, Tiger Zinda Hai is a sequel to the blockbuster Ek Tha Tiger, and an espionage action drama that follows a daring rescue mission in Iraq. All the frames are very predictable.
Unbelievable, 'coz I don't remember the last time I slept while watching a movie. I guess what made me sleep was the endless fight and action sequences, which was about the only thing in the whole movie. Most of his movies are mindless with the exception of some. The acting from Salman was one of his usual. Given, that it's a bold and tricky movie to make, stoking the coals of Islam terrorism in a masala Bollywood film, and all.
There is no life in story I'll call it useless or maybe they can't perform upto the mark. While the film is largely testosterone-laced, the vision of Kaif executing deadly stunts is a bloody sight to behold. The highlight of the film is the wonderfully executed action scenes which are very realistic and on par with what one sees in Hollywood movies. But, well it's a Salman movie and anything goes. Everything else was downhill from there.
I almost died by the flippancy of the whole thing. But I can happily grant Salman any Supermangiri. All the action scenes were looking childish, with same kind of action getting redundant all over the place. The direction was good from Ali Abbas Jafar as expected. For Aman in the world! The villain was a pure waste of the movie. A sequel to the record-breaking blockbuster 'Ek Tha Tiger', 'Tiger Zinda Hai' continues the story of two super spies Tiger and Zoya eight years later. Salman needs to retire from making hero movies.
A missile is fired, but no one in the vicinity are harmed. All said and done, I love seeing the two of them together. So what do we give the stars for? The cool sledding and the chase on the snow slopes with a challenge to not kill the wild wolves was really something. The production values, cinematography and background score were superb. But he still is Salman and not Shahrukh.
A one line story, and then just showing off the 'mastery' of Hollywood style explosive, bazooking, rocket launching, staccato of bullets and action sequences. And the next star for the overall movie. Watch this if you are in the mood to see a stoic, stone-faced swashbuckling superhero, aka Salman Khan, and some supremely well-executed action sequences. Katrina needs to stop acting and go for fashion catwalk instead. An awesome fight with a pack of wolves in the snow peaks of Austria. That was indeed a sigh of relief.
The movie plot was predictable from the beginning with little twist of India Pakistan agents getting together to save hostages. . But for insurance sake, the director covered his back by almost glorifying the terror head by long scenes justifying his birth as a terrorist. Where did it lose it stars?! Inspired by real events, Tiger Zinda Hai is a sequel to the blockbuster Ek Tha Tiger, and an espionage action drama that follows a daring rescue mission in Iraq. The entry of 'Bhai' was also very good, with good dialogues and I started expecting something out of the box. I lost all the faith in Salman's movie. That's a little too much to digest for the patriot in me.