Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif resume filming for Tiger 3 at YRF Studios

Tiger 3 starring Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif and Emraan Hashmi had begun shooting at the YRF Studios in Mumbai with the new schedule. It will reportedly take place on a tightly guarded set with no image leaks.


Katrina Kaif and Salman have resumed shooting for their upcoming spy-thriller ‘Tiger 3’ on Thursday. The actors are ready for a physically demanding shoot that will test their bodies to their limits. The filming is taking place at the YRF Studios in Mumbai.

A source told Hindustan Times, “The new schedule of Tiger 3 has started today in Yash Raj Films Studios. It is a closely guarded set and one can expect no picture to leak from here. Salman and Katrina’s fitness will be tested in this schedule as well as the extensive overseas schedule that is set to start from mid-August.”

“Salman teased his physique in Tiger 3 on his social media and it is evident that he is building the best body that he has ever showcased on screen. Katrina, on the other hand, has been keeping an extremely low profile with hardly any revelation of how good she is looking currently. There’s a reason for this also. She has worked like a beast to be her fittest best and people will have to wait to see her fittest best on-screen when Tiger 3 is set to release,” the source further added.

The source continued, “It will be intense for these two actors because director Maneesh Sharma has planned some jaw-dropping and hugely risky action sequences that will truly test their overall fitness levels when they start their overseas schedule. Of course, Salman and Katrina are game for it and ready for any challenges to be thrown at them. It will be a fun schedule.”

Meanwhile, the film also stars Emraan Hashmi who will be essaying the role of an antagonist in the film. he had also shared a picture a few days ago, which appears to be his new look for Tiger 3.


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