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Yash Raj Films’ forthcoming action entertainer Tiger Zinda Hai is a high-octane espionage thriller set to global standards in its scale, vision and production values. Keeping with the promise of a larger than life masala mass entertainer, Katrina Kaif has tackled her transformation into a super spy with complete commitment.
In the film, Zoya is an elite intelligence agent, tackling hand-to-hand combats and adapting to a different set of mannerisms for her character. Tiger Zinda Hai is a sequel to the record-breaking blockbuster Ek Tha Tiger.
The sequel focuses on gritty, hardcore action and draws from a realistic form of treatment. Director Ali Abbas Zafar elaborates, `In this film, Zoya plays a super spy. It was essential to understand how such agents think and operate. So, we got Katrina to train with real agents, used their expertise and experience.’
For instance, as intelligence agents, you have to train a certain way to keep your mental balance in direst situations. Say you face someone who has a gun and you don’t. How do you still stay neutral and calm, and figure out the best possible way to counter and survive in such a situation.
Katrina has really pushed herself for the part. She has also gone the extra mile to train in important nuances like aggressive hand-to-hand combat. The action that Katrina has done looks very real onscreen, despite being mounted on a grand scale,` he adds.
Working with specialized professionals to crack her role, Katrina also trained in adapting to nuances of body language, mannerisms and other minute details.
Dedication, hard work and a never before scale – YRF’s Tiger Zinda Hai promises to deliver on edge of the seat action and thrills like never before when it releases on Dec 22 this year!
Katrina Kaif and Abhishek Bachchan, who have co-starred in Dhoom 3 and Sarkar, are set for a reunion. The duo is teaming up for the finale week of Farah Khan’s reality show, Lip Sing Battle, along with Boman Irani. Scheduled to be shot today, the episode will see Katrina, who has been shooting for the Shah Rukh Khan-starrer dwarf film, as the surprise element.
A source from the show reveals to Mirror, “Abhishek will put up a sexy act as he grooves to “Sheila Ki Jawani” from Farah Khan’s Tees Maar Khan.
Katrina will make an entry mid-way and join him in the performance.” There is also expected to be an act on the Dhoom 3 title track.
The show’s finale week will also feature an episode with Rajkummar Rao, who had bowed out following a leg fracture last week. Now, the actor returns to complete his episode with Bareilly Ki Barfi co-star Kriti Sanon. Raj, who has just undergone a surgery, will be seen performing on a wheelchair and has already begun rehearsing for his act.
Source: Mumbai Mirror
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Katrina Kaif will soon be seen doubling her AQ (action quotient) as she teams up with Salman Khan for Tiger Zinda Hai. The poster gives a sneak-peek of the action sequences that the film is expected to have. Here, Katrina Kaif talks about enjoying action-oriented movie outings, why she feels times are changing for women in the industry, and the possibility of a superheroine film in B-Town soon…
They say action roles are not written for actresses. Do you think that is changing now?
Obviously, that is changing. There are women doing primary action-oriented roles too. Everyone’s attempting it. It’s not that women aren’t getting action roles. Such films are written for heroines too but yes, you are right, it’s comparatively fewer in number. The men do get to do more action. But I have some really crazy action in Tiger Zinda Hai and I have trained really hard for it. I hope that they turn out well and the audiences love it.
You seem to be enjoying the action space, have you ever thought of doing an out-and-out action film?
I haven’t really liked some of the full-blown action films that I was offered in the past. I would anyway rather do 50 per cent action in a cohesive, coherent, entertaining film than doing 100 per cent of the action scenes in a film that’s completely helter-skelter, and doesn’t come together as a script. I can’t say yes to films that I’m not going to sit and watch myself. There are many films offered to me where you may have a protagonist’s role. But I have never felt so far that the stories in those films were completely put together. Also, there are some films which I let go of and I chose to do another film, which in retrospect may not have been the wisest move. But the film has to work in totality. I am not such a megalomaniac that I need to see myself in every frame.
What about an Indian superheroine?
I really think someone should make a superheroine film. It’s high time. There are so many characters in our Indian comics as well as those which can be translated and brought in a Hindi film. Look at our mythology and there are so many characters that lend beautifully to be made into a great superheroine. I really think someone should do that now, even if it’s a collaboration and not just a solo film.
Would you want to play one?
Of course, I would love to play a superheroine. Why not? I have always loved superheroines. Actually, there are quite a few characters that I personally love. There are also some discussions on this, so I won’t say too much.
No, I have not been approached for Krrish 4. Neither have I had any discussions on that. But yes, I know a few people who are planning and developing some comics like that into films. But yes, Krrish is again an excellent franchise where they also had a superheroine with Kangana’s character and I think they should definitely have the superheroine bit in it.