Salman Khan to play 70 year old character in his next film

Bollywood celebs have been seen playing different role in their movies and they always wanted to do something different so…

Murtaza Rangwala September 13, 2016

Bollywood celebs have been seen playing different role in their movies and they always wanted to do something different so that they can be loved by the audience. Bollywood celebs have been always wanted that they can be loved by their fans and they just can not wait to do roles of different types. Well there are many stars who have played of different characters and they even have won awards of his roles.

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Till now, Bollywood actor Salman Khan always portrayed the younger character from his actual age. But now, their is latest update is the actor ages from 17 to 70 in the ‘Ek Tha Tiger‘ sequel ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’ and effectively, plays an old man for the first time in his career.

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According to sources, “Ali Abbas has always given Salman something hatke to play. In Sultan, he played a down-and-out wrestler who struggles to get into shape and win. And now, Tiger Zinda Hai will have Salman in a never-seen-before avatar as well. YRF and Ali Abbas don’t want the plot to be revealed yet and are keeping it tightly under wraps, so that the film doesn’t lose its USP.”

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The sequel takes forward the story of Tiger/Manish Chandra/ Avinash Singh Rathore (Salman Khan), who is India’s top spy and an officer of the Research & Analysis Wing (RAW). The film will start from Tiger’s present and then, take his journey forward. ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’ will highlight many emotional highs and lows of Tiger’s life and will have equal doses of emotion and action. It will release on Eid in 2018” he added.

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The director of the film has also changed. The film will be directed by Sulta fame Ali Abbas Zafar instead of Kabir Khan.