Do you know, Salman Khan injured himself on the sets of Tiger 3?

Tiger 3

Salman Khan is undeniably one of the biggest action superstars in Indian cinema. The superstar has established his position as the action hero by constantly delivering mass masala action-oriented films over the past decade. While these action sequences in this film looked entertaining to the masses on screen, their performance is equally risky, and daredevil-filled. As we are aware, Salman Khan is gearing up for the release of his much-awaited action film Tiger 3, which will arrive in cinemas globally on November 12th. The superstar got himself injured while filming an important action sequence in the film.

Since the action thriller Tiger 3 boasts some breathtaking action sequences, such as bike and car chase sequences, there is one major rooftop sequence in the film that Salman has performed by himself to make it look real and raw on the silver screens. Salman was injured while performing the sequence. The extensive action sequence, which is said to be a major highlight of the film, was performed with safety, but despite this, Salman got his shoulder injured during the action sequences.

Tiger 3

Salman Khan and the makers aim to make Tiger 3 the biggest event film of the year, and leaving no stone unturned, the makers have incorporated some of the top-class and never-before-seen action sequences in the film and have got the top-name action choreographers on board for the film to give the fans and the masses a theatrical experience that they have never witnessed before. The booking of the film has been opened recently, and the film is showing a phenomenal trend in the booking. Despite any promotions, the advance before five days of release stands at 7.5 crores, and the film is poised to take an earth-shattering opening at the box office.

Tiger 3 marks the third film in the Tiger franchise, in which Salman will return as the titular and OG spy Tiger alongside Katrina Kaif and Emraan Hashmi. The action thriller directed by Maneesh Sharma will be released in cinemas on November 12.

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