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Katrina-Salman learn Waltz for TZH

katrinakaiffans | 2017.11.27. 05:06 | in News, Site, Tiger Zinda Hai | 0 comment


It’s romance in Austria for Sal-Kat as they shoot their most romantic song ever in Austria for Tiger Zinda Hai. Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif are the hottest on-screen pair and audiences expected them to bowl them over when they decided to come together again after 5 years. From the trailer to Swag Se Swagat – the two have sizzled together and now Salman – Katrina will showcase their breath-taking chemistry in Dil Diyan Gallan – their most romantic track to date.

 The romantic song will see Salman woo Katrina in Austria as they do the Waltz. ‘Dil Diyan Gallan’ makes you believe in love all over again and it sums up the love story of super-spies Tiger and Zoya. The song has been shot across extreme climatic conditions of Austria. While the mountains were difficult to film in because of bone chilling, sub-zero temperatures, the song has turned out to be visually grand since its set in the gorgeous and romantic places of the country.

Director Ali Abbas Zafar sums it up as, “It is a passionate, romantic track that captures the beauty of a mature love story. We have filmed ‘Dil Diyan Gallan’ in an old school, vintage way to bring alive the romance that two mature people share. It comes at a crucial moment in the film and sums up the love story of Tiger and Zoya, who are hardened ruthless spies and their hearts only melt for each other.”

YRF’s mega action entertainer Tiger Zinda Hai will release on December 22, worldwide.

Source: BollywoodHungama

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