Salman Khan is pitted against a deadly pack of wolves. Watch Video!

The Tiger Zinda Hai sequence with wolves was a risky one for Salman Khan and required the assistance of special wolf trainers. The film also starring Katrina Kaif releases on December 22.

Salman Khan is known for taking his performance a notch higher every time he comes with something new on the silver screen. The fans of Bollywood’s ‘bhaijaan’ love to see him in his tough and a rugged avatar. With Tiger Zinda Hai, they will get to witness him back in his elements which they have been waiting for since the release of Tubelight where they saw him in a very un-Salman avatar. We already know that the makers of the sequel of Ek Tha Tiger are set to showcase some never-before-seen kind of stunts and high octane action sequences in the Salman-Katrina starrer. And now we have a glimpse of it as well.

The sequence with wolves was a risky one for the superstar and required the assistance of special wolf trainers. It was planned for months before the final execution in Austria. “The international action crew took all cautionary measures to ensure the wolves are well taken care of and that security measures were on point,” read a statement released by the makers of Tiger Zinda Hai.

Calling it “one of the most important chapters” in the movie, Ali Abbas Zafar said the chase was incorporated in the movie to give an edge to Tiger’s character: “The idea was to do something, which has never been seen on the Indian screen, and give Tiger’s character an edge. This is a very dramatic chase and action sequence that Tiger has with a pack real wolves.”

Hollywood action directors Tom Struthers and Buster Reeves have worked with Salman and Katrina who play intelligence agents in the movie. Shot across various destinations in Austria, Greece, Morocco, Abu Dhabi and India, Tiger Zinda Hai will see Tiger and Zoya travelling to five different countries, fighting against odds in a life-threatening mission. The film releases on December 22.

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