Entertainment: Salman shoots Tiger Zinda Hai in scorching UAE

The <i>Tiger Zinda Hai</i> crew is in UAE for a tight 65-day shoot, Sanjay Dutt back to playing a gangster and Sourav Ganguly to host a reality show

Photo courtesy: Twitter
Photo courtesy: Twitter


Shooting under the ferocious sun is no cakewalk. Who could know that better than actor-director Ali Abbas Zafar, who is nowadays on a tight shooting schedule in UAE for his upcoming film Tiger Zinda Hai. He tweeted a picture of Salman Khan driving a truck while shooting for the film.

Abbas took to Twitter to express his gratitude to his crew and star Salman Khan for braving the scorching sun and continue shooting in such extreme circumstances.

Meanwhile, Salman’s co star Katrina Kaif has been posting her photos from UAE on Facebook and keeping her fans informed about the shoot.

Tiger Zinda Hai is a sequel to the thriller Ek Tha Tiger. It is scheduled to release on December 17.

Sanjay Dutt back to playing a gangster

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File photo of Sanjay Dutt

Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt will play a gangster in Tigmanshu Dhulia’s upcoming film Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster 3.

Producer Rahul Mittra and filmmaker Dhulia, are back with the series. Brilliant actors like Randep Hooda and Irrfan Khan has played the role of gangster in the earlier parts.

“The audience have been waiting to know what’s happening in the life of Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster and with Sanju coming on board, we are hopeful the third part is going to be a treat for the audience of our franchise,” Mittra said in a statement.

The third sequel of the film will go on floors with Sanjay Dutt in August. The actor will also be seen in his upcoming film Bhoomi with Aditi Rao Hydari.

Sourav is back with a bang

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File photo of the ace cricketer and now commentetor, Saurav Ganguly

Cricket icon Sourav Ganguly is all set for his next innings in Dadagiri Unlimited Season 7, the popular Bengali reality show running for years. There will be 69 episodes in this season which will begin from June 10 and will be telecast on Saturdays and Sundays at 9.30 pm.

Sourav, popularly known as Dada, expressed happiness on the new format of the show. “I was not connected to this world. I am a person who belongs to the playground. But, yet, I became part of this world and feel lucky to have come across so many people in each episode,” Saurav said.

He had debuted in 2009 hosting the reality show Dadagiri, on a regional TV channel.

About the new tagline of the show Bangla Ebar Khelbe Hridoy Diye (Bengal will play with heart this time), Saurav said “Apart from brains and technique, we also need heart and emotions in a game. You have to see my episodes to see how we presented the game this time.”

With inputs from NH Web Desk

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