Salman Khan is working for India’s external intelligence agency, Research and Analysis Wing (RAW). Salman is working as an undercover agent for India. These all above line belongs to the story of Salman’s upcoming movie “Ek Tha Tiger”.
Salman Khan seems to be ready for a realistic role play in his upcoming movie Ek Tha Tiger. “Ek Tha Tiger” is a new project by Yash Raj, which is directed by Kabir Khan and Produced by Aditya Chopra. I was already discussed that Salman and Katrina both will seen together in “Ek Tha Tiger” movie, in one of my last posts. I know this can create a different chemistry in this movie.
I like Salman, when he is in dashing and doing some flamboyant roles in his movies. This time also Salman bhai is going to do something different role in his movie “Ek Tha Tiger”. Salman will seen as an undercover officer or as a secret agent in his upcoming movie “Ek Tha Tiger”. Salman is acting as a secret agent for Indian external intelligence agency, in “Ek Tha Tiger”. As a RAW agent you always require a level of intellectual preparation and that Salman know very well. Because he always believes in spontaneity.
Now you think , how will be the movie “Ek Tha Tiger” like. Yes, “Ek Tha Tiger” will experience you a RAW agent in movies like James Bond or Mission Impossible series. In which guns and girls are the most important parts. “It’s far more complicated. Salman has to be a covert not an overt agent. RAW agents are taught to blend with the mainstream, to not stand out in a crowd, to be as nondescript as possible. And yet, when the need arises, they need to be panther-like in their intellectual and physical agility. Salman has lately been doing extremely flamboyant parts. This one requires him to go the other way.” said by a source.
When asked “if Salman plays a RAW agent in “Ek Tha Tiger” movie”, Kabir Khan replied, “You know I will not comment on that.” In an earlier tete-a-tete Kabir had said, “Whatever I will direct next will have to be in the realistic space. My roots are in documentary filmmaking. And even if I make feature films, I can’t stray too far away from my origins.”