Emraan Hashmi, who is basking on the super success of ‘Tiger 3’ with Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif, recently opened up about his character in the movie and all the love he has been garnering for the same.
Emraan said that he is thrilled with the response to ‘Tiger 3’ and how people have showered love on his performance. According to him, they have started on a very good note and he expects the film to entertain audiences globally.The actor also added that he relished the opportunity to play an anti-hero and he enjoyed going toe to toe with the biggest action superstar of the country, Salman Khan. He is delighted that people have loved their showdown and that’s great validation for him, News18 quoted Emraan.

Talking about the overwhelming response the film has been receiving, Emraan added that he is delighted with the response from audience and fans for Tiger 3. According to him, fans have given the film a brilliant start and he is happy that the third part of this franchise is also scripting a success story. Emraan also added that Tiger is a franchise that is close to his heart. So, to see it get more and more love film after film is really special. He hoped the film would continue to entertain audiences worldwide.

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

Tiger 3 represents the latest installment in Yash Raj Films’ original spy franchise, directed by Maneesh Sharma. The film features Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif in lead roles, with Emraan Hashmi playing the antagonist. The ensemble cast includes Kumud Mishra, Revathi, Riddhi Dogra, and Anant Vidhaat. Adding to the excitement, Shah Rukh Khan makes a noteworthy action-packed cameo appearance in this highly anticipated movie. Released on November 12, Tiger 3 is set after the events of War and Pathaan.

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