Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif were speaking on the sidelines at the World Cup finale 2023.
After a series of duds, Salman Khan is somewhere on the journey to reclaim his position with Tiger 3. The third film in the franchise has been the talk of the town for the past year ever since it was confirmed. Add to it that that movie was taking YRF’s Spy Universe ahead and also brought together Salman, Shah Rukh Khan, and Hrithik Roshan under one roof was the highlight . Now, while the movie is in the theatre, what if we tell you that Salman might have confirmed Tiger 4 already?
The who’s who of the tinsel town were yesterday present at the World Cup Finale 2023 in Ahmedabad yesterday, where India was playing against Australia. Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif were also present at the stadium. While the tension was at its peak, and everyone was busy watching the match, Salman used the occasion to quietly hint at the future of the Tiger franchise and probably confirm the next film and when to expect it.
While speaking on the sidelines of the World Cup Final, Katrina Kaif was busy praising her neighbor Virat Kohli. “Watching Virat when he started playing IPL for RCB, from then until now, just look at the journey and the graph…," said Kaif. Salman at this point, swiftly inserted his hint and said, “And, you also saw from Tiger 1 to Tiger 3 na, and that too at 57. Now wait for Tiger 4 at 60."
While nothing about Tiger 4 is confirmed yet from the makers’ end, the franchise will have a future is a given. Meanwhile, the film is a part of the Spy Universe , and we have all heard that War 2 is already in the works. Recently talking to Pinkvilla about the same, Katrina said, “I think everything now has to unfold slowly, so step-by-step, let’s see where now all the different avenues - where the spy universe goes and where Adi (Aditya Chopra) takes it.”
YRF, on their official YouTube channel, has released the video for Ruaan from Tiger 3. The song is composed by Pritam, penned by Irshad Kamil, and sung by Arijit Singh. Stay tuned to OTTplay for more.