It seems that the producer of big-budget Yash Raj film "Tiger Zinda Hai" Aditya Chopra is really impressed with Katrina Kaif and has gifted a chopper to actress. They are sharing their experiences during the shoot when Zafar describes how Chopra is very happy with Katrina's performance and has gifted her a new vehicle.
It seems like Katrina Kaif is having a great time shooting for her upcoming movie "Tiger Zinda Hai". This time, the actress has shared a video recording on her Insta page with the director of the movie Ali from the city of Abu Dhabi where the two are witnessed indulging in some entertaining discussion.
The makers of the film, Yash Raj Studios Chairman Aditya Chopra, was so impressed by the actress' performance that he gifted her a luxurious vehicle!
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Tiger Zinda Hai, which also stars Salman Khan, is scheduled to hit the screens on Christmas this year.
Tiger Zinda Hai is said to move forward from where the first part ended, Salman will be seen the role of RAW agent Avinash Rathore aka Tiger who fell in love with his Pakistani counterpart Zoya, played by Katrina. The Ali Abbas directorial is slated to release on December 22 this year.
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