As Tiger 3 continues to roar at the box office, Katrina Kaif on Saturday, held a rare ‘ask me anything’ session with her fans on social media.
The beauty took to her Instagram handle and asked fans to send their questions over to her and some lucky ones even got a reply.
Among the many questions that came her way, was one in which a fan asked “Your favourite photo on Tiger 3 set.’ To this, the actress shared a photo of herself walking arm-in-arm with her co-star Salman Khan and sharing a hearty laugh.

“Tiger and Zoya in happy times (and a rare photo of Salman smiling,) she wrote.

Another fan asked her, ‘What is it like on set with Salman?’
Kat replied with a throwback picture and revealed, “As above, I’m perpetually stressing and Salman is amused.”
The actress also shared an intense photo of Salman sipping on coffee after a great lunch to celebrate his parents’ wedding anniversary. “Ye selfie leke bheja hai app logo ke liye,” she said.

Salman and Katrina got together on Friday with co-star Emraan Hashmi to celebrate the success of their film. Amidst the festivities, the actors shared their sentiments about being part of the highly successful ‘Tiger’ franchise. Katrina said at the event, “For each and every one of us, the ‘Tiger’ franchise is extremely special; it’s the closest film to Salman and my hearts.”

Looking back at the 11 years playing the character of Zoya in the Tiger franchise, she said, “I hope that we get to keep making many more of them.”
‘Tiger 3,’ directed by Maneesh Sharma, serves as a sequel to ‘Tiger Zinda Hai‘ (2017) and is the fifth instalment in the YRF Spy Universe. The storyline unfolds after the events of ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’ (2017), ‘War’ (2019), and ‘Pathaan’ (2023).

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