Emraan Hashmi, who has been basking in the success of his recent film Tiger 3 starring Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif, welcomed the New Year with a touch of extravagance as he proudly brought home a stunning Rolls-Royce Ghost Black Badge on Thursday.
The Rolls-Royce Ghost Black Badge, with its sleek design and luxurious features, comes with an ex-showroom price tag of Rs 12.25 crore, placing it among the most expensive cars in India.
Emraan was spotted enjoying a ride in his newly acquired masterpiece in the city. He was seen waving at onlookers and talking on the phone. Pictures and videos of the actor cruising in his new wheels have been making rounds on social media.

Emraan Hashmi buys Rolls-Royce Ghost after the success of ‘Tiger 3’; takes out his brand new car on a test drive

Meanwhile, Emraan is rumoured to be in talks for the role of the antagonist in Don 3, although there is no official confirmation. The film, which will introduce Ranveer Singh as the new Don, is produced by Ritesh Sidhwani and Farhan Akhtar of Excel Entertainment. It is slated for a theatrical release in 2025.

On the other hand, Tiger 3 has been released on OTT two months after it was released on the silver screen. The movie is the third installment of the renowned Tiger franchise, following Ek Tha Tiger and Tiger Zinda Hai.

The story revolves around Tiger (Salman Khan), his partner Zoya (Katrina Kaif), and a disgruntled terrorist, Aatish Rehman (Emraan Hashmi). The threat takes a challenging personal turn as Tiger faces a difficult decision—he must choose between saving his nation or protecting his family.

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