Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif’s Tiger Zinda Hai turned out to be commercially successful by crossing Rs 300 crore mark at the box office. Directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, the movie is a sequel to 2012 super hit movie Ek Tha Tiger.
During an interview with a leading Indian tabloid, Salman Khan mentioned that audience’s love matters to him more than the box office numbers. He said, “For us, it is the viewers’ reactions that matter. We feel overwhelmed with the love that the film has received. The response has been endearing. This is my second film with Ali Abbas Zafar, and I am looking forward to working with him again.”
Salman Khan who recently turned 52 could still manage to perform intense action scenes in Tiger Zinda Hai. Commenting on the same, Salman Khan said, “I can’t do handstands, or put my body upside down. But, apart from that, I can easily pull off quick movements, like forward and back somersault, or floor rolls. My body is like a diesel engine, ek baar garam ho gaya toh chalta rahega.”
“There was a spree of romantic films in my career, and I realized I was getting lethargic. I wanted to be part of films that would take my fitness to the next level. So, whether I need to work out excessively to look hefty, gain weight, or even lose it, I am game. Even though I am aware that this [fluctuation of weight] is harmful for the body, such roles are satisfying,” the actor said.