Emraan Hashmi‘s performance in the recently released action thriller, ‘Tiger 3,’ has garnered praise. In a recent interview, he discussed the parallels between his character, ex-ISI agent Aatish Rehman, and John Abraham’s Jim in the earlier film ‘Pathaan.’ Both movies are part of the expansive Yash Raj Films spy universe, which includes ‘War’ and the ‘Tiger’ franchise.
Emraan acknowledged the similarities in the triggers and arcs of his character and John Abraham’s Jim in ‘Pathaan.’ He mentioned that Maneesh Sharma’s presentation and the screenplay might have shared a common trigger. Emraan emphasized that if it was solely based on physical strength, he might have declined, but the smart adaptation by Aditya Chopra and Maneesh made it a suitable fit for him.
In another interview, Emraan Hashmi shared that he was initially hesitant when approached to play the antagonist but wasn’t intimidated by Salman Khan due to their friendship. He highlighted his comfort with Salman, stating that intimidation typically arises when working with unfamiliar co-stars.Directed by Maneesh Sharma and produced by Aditya Chopra, ‘Tiger 3’ features Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif, Emraan Hashmi, and Kumud Mishra in pivotal roles. The film is a part of the larger Yash Raj Films spy universe, showcasing interconnected narratives across multiple movies.

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