Salman Khan, Emraan Hashmi and Katrina Kaif recently celebrated the success of their film, ‘Tiger 3’ with the press in the city today. At the special event, the actors spoke about the film and entertained the audience.
During the event, Salman acknowledged the audience’s enduring affection, emphasizing that it allows him the freedom to choose roles that align with his preferences.Preferring action within his comfort zone over excessive romance for family viewership, Salman aims to cater to the diverse tastes of his fans. However, with Katrina playing Zoya in the film, a hint of romance becomes inevitable, adding a nuanced layer to the cinematic narrative.

He said, “In logo ki badolat kuch karna nahi pad raha hai screen par. Jaisa hu waisa hi chala jata hu. To jitna action kar sakte hain use thoda sa badhaye jao, jitna romance kar sakte ho use thoda sa kam karo taki family wale parivaar wale jake dekhe. Ab Katrina hai iss picture mein to thoda romance to banta hi hai Zoya ke saath.”

Appreciation and collections are sort of validations: Emraan Hashmi talks about success of ‘Tiger 3’

Further, he also joked that if Emraan’s character, Aatish, wasn’t a villain, a kiss would have happened for sure, mimicking the action as the audience cheers.

The event buzzed with electrifying energy as Salman and Katrina took center stage, setting the dance floor ablaze to the sensational beats of their chart-topping song, “Leke Prabhu Ka Naam,” skillfully rendered by Arijit Singh. Their dynamic and energetic performance infused the atmosphere with excitement and joy, leaving an indelible mark on everyone fortunate enough to witness the memorable moment.

The third instalment of the popular action spy franchise was directed by Maneesh Sharma. It has been making some record-breaking collections at the box office. The film recently entered the Rs 300 crore club at the global box office.

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