And now, the "Bajrangi Bhaijaan" star has earned a brand new achievement to boast - he has been honored with an award by UK's House of Commons, reports Bollywoodlife. A few months back, he was invited along with a bunch of other Bollywood celebs to be a part of the Academy Award voting panel.
Rt Hon Keith Vaz, British MP and the British Parliament's longest-serving British Asian MP. was the one who conferred this award to Salman Khan.More news: AFP still verifying alleged rescue of Fr. Suganob
"Tiger Zinda Hai" is a sequel of 2012 release "Ek Tha Tiger" which was directed by Kabir Khan. He will also begin shooting for Race 3, that will be directed by Remo D'Souza and also starring Jacqueline Fernandez. Salman and Katrina's film Tiger Zinda Hai is scheduled to release on December 22, 2017, while Rani Mukerji's comeback film Hichki is slated to release on February 23, 2018.More news: Symantec Corporation (SYMC) EVP Sells 4749 Shares of Stock
But it is not a vehicle; it is actually a war-ship helicopter, also known as Chopper, which we see commonly in American action dramas. Tiger Zinda Hai has things that you have never seen before in Indian cinema.
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