Salman Khan & Katrina Kaif come together for YRF’s ‘Ek Tha Tiger’

May 11, 2011 at 5:42 am Leave a comment

So, finally we have Salman Khan working for the Yash Raj banners and that too, opposite Katrina Kaif, her ex-flame. The film is titled ‘Ek Tha Tiger’ and is being directed by Kabir Khan. The movie happens to be an out and out masal film with the right mix of romance and action.

The idea for the script came from Aditya Chopra and soruces also say that it is based on a true story. Salman Khan admits that he is thrilled to be associated with Yash Raj films and his association with the banner stems from the days when his father Salim Khan worked with Yash Chopra in many of blockbusters such as the Deewar in 1975. Before this film, Salman had also been offered the lead in ‘Chak De India’ but unfortunately he could not make it because of date issues.

Also, his breakup with Katrina Kaif will pose no problem for the two working together as the big hearted hero is still all praise for her. He says, “Katrina and I get along well. She’s a lovely girl and one of my closest friends. There’s nothing better than working with someone who is part of my family.”

Must say here, Salman Khan is as great a person as an actor!!

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Entry filed under: Actor, Bollywood.

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