After Subhas Ghai’s Yuvvraaj in 2008, the most talked about Salman Khan-Katrina Kaif duo is working on another romantic film named Ek Tha Tiger. Being asked about this coupling the actor, Salman Khan, says, “It has been fantastic working with Katrina after such a long time.” .
Salman, the face of History Channel, on the launch of its new show History Har Din in the city on Friday, talks about his rumoured ex-girlfriend cum co-star Katrina Kaif. “I’m working with Katrina, so that’s history been created right there,” says the actor in his bantering manner. While some days before Katrina tagged her relationship with Salman as her first serious relationship.
After completing a long, tiresome yet pleasing shooting schedule, for Kabir Khan movie, Ek Tha Tiger, in Cuba, the actors have returned recently to the country. The film has yet some finishing, scrap and patch works to be done. Having very few days left out Salman says, “It’s a romantic movie, but it has lots of action and I have a few days of work left.” . The director, Kabir Khan, is quite satisfied with the acting of his actors n expects the movie to be a great hit same as Salman’s previous movies which set a new record every time.
While there stay in Cuba an enterprising local filmmaker was taken over by Salman’s charisma and requested him to appear in a Cuba tourism film and to his surprise the actor accepted the same and the shoot went on without a hitch. The tourism department of Cuba now expects to have a remarkable increase in the number of Indian tourists. The actor loved the place, “It’s a fantastic place to shoot at. I went to many places during my stay and I would love to go back for leisure.” , he says.
Ek Tha Tiger, expexted to be one of the greatest blockbuster in 2012, is scheduled to be released on eid. Charismatic personality of Salman, growing popularity of Katrina and vital of all their being juxtaposed in the movie makes the movie one of the awaited ones.The actor is also working for Dabaang 2 directd by his brother n co-starred by Sonakshi Sinha.