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Once again on Eid this year, is the latest of Salman Khan, and if reviews are anything to go by, it is going to be yet another super hit from the superstar! There are number of reasons why we can predict success or failure of a movie by looking at its formula, the media speculation and word from the film industry. Here is why we think Ek Tha Tiger will be a Super Hit!
The cutest and hottest couple of Bollywood is back again in this movie after4 years. This is their first movie together after their speculated breakup in 2009. Audiences are keen to see the chemistry of their favorite couple on screen again.Salman Khan’s past lineup of hits came around Eid’s holiday period, so this is also a big reason behind the film’s predictable success. ‘Wanted’, ‘Dabang’ and ‘Bodyguard’ were all bull’s eye in previous years. »
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Salman Khan who has been entertaining the Indian audiences with his action packed punches and thrilling stunts is all set to deliver some Hollywood ishtyle punches in Ek Tha Tiger. The stunts of the film have been designed and co-ordinated by ace Hollywood stunt directors who have iconic action flicks such as Rambo- First Blood (1982), the Lethal Weapon series and Rush Hour series to their acclaim.
Director Kabir says, "I was sure that we needed action sequences that looked real, and yet retained the element of larger-than-life heroism. That is why we approached Conrad Palmisano."
Kabir adds, "As a stunt co-ordinator, we roped in Markos Rounthwaite, because of his work in Bourne Ultimatum (2007). The action in the Bourne series looks so real and gives you a sense of exhilaration."
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After couple of sizzling item numbers, Katrina Kaif will be seen doing some daredevil stunts for her upcoming film, ‘Ek Tha Tiger’ directed by Kabir Khan under the supervision of Hollywood action director Conrad Palmisano. The stunt director is making Katrina do some daredevil stunts and she is doing very bravely. Salman Khan makes sure that she was not hurt. "These are stunts that any macho hero would think twice before daring. Katrina is really pushing the envelope as far as the female machismo is concerned. She is doing free-falls with Salman by her side. We hear Kareena in `Agent Vinod` and Kangna Ranaut in `Krrish 2` »
Katrina Kaif is shooting in Havana for Kabir Khan.s .Ek Tha Tiger. and Hollywood action director Conrad Palmisano is making the actress do daring stunts like free-falls.Katrina, under the protective eye of co-star and friend Salman Khan, is doing what one member of Cuban unit describes as .the real thing...These are stunts that any macho hero would think twice before daring. Katrina is really pushing the envelope as far as the female machismo is concerned. She is doing free-falls with Salman by her side. We hear Kareena in .Agent Vinod. and Kangna Ranaut in .Krrish 2′ would also be attempting the hi-jinks.,. said the unit member.When asked about her daredevil act, Katrina said: .Yeah, it.s scary but great fun. I.ve only done very feminine delicate roles so far. This is a new challenge for me. I guess that.s what I.m looking for at this stage of my career. »
Katrina Kaif has revealed that she is undergoing training with Transformers action director Conrad Palmisano. Mumbai Mirror reports that the actress is currently shooting stunt sequences on Salman Khan vehicle Ek Tha Tiger in Cuba. "It's scary. But it is also great fun. I've only done very delicate feminine roles till now. This is a new challenge for me. I guess that's what I'm looking for at this stage of my career," said (more) »
- By Steven Baker
5 items from 2012
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