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Tiger 3: The Makers Built Massive Sets in Mumbai for the Last Shooting Schedule

As the third instalment of Yash Chopra Films’ venture called Tiger 3, we now hear that the makers are gearing up for their last shooting schedule in Mumbai. They are now busy building up massive sets in Mumbai for the upcoming shooting schedule back in India. They have been busy shooting for the film Tiger 3 in overseas locations including the shooting schedule in Europe. Maneesh Sharma the director of the third instalment is now busy shooting in Mumbai for the three months shoot in Mumbai. 

Thus the makers are now busy making a couple of sets for this shooting schedule. They booked a huge open space in Mumbai for the said time duration. Earlier, Maneesh has shot the film in places like Austria, Russia and Turkey and now the remaining portion will be shot in Mumbai. It will be a three months shoot in Mumbai. We see Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif playing the RAW agent Tiger and Zoya the ISI agent respectively. Also, for the first time, we have Emraan Hashmi playing the key role in it. 

Emraan will play an ISI agent, however, the actor has not spoken about his character so far, all we hear is rumours about the same. At the same time, Salman Khan is also busy wrapping up the shoot for his brother in law – Aayush Sharma’s next film Antim: The Final Truth. The film happens to be a remake of Mulshi Pattern. Besides, he has a couple of other movies as well including Kick 2 with Jacqueline Fernandez and ‘Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali’ with Pooja Hegde. Kat has a few films to release including the Akshay Kumar starrer film ‘Sooryavanshi’ and ‘Phone Bhoot’ co-starring Siddhant Chaturvedi and Ishaan Khatter.

Ganesh

Is a Senior Content writer and have been into the content domain from more than a decade. He has dealt with diverse areas in content writing, and writing has been his passion. He has been associated with CT since past five years being ardent Bollywood fans that enable him to produce quality articles.

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