The action thriller Tiger Zinda Hai has received good reviews from critics. The average rating is 3.30 so far.
- Postive: 6
- Neutral: 2
- Negative: 1
- Avg Rating: 3.30/5
On the whole, TIGER ZINDA HAI is a high-octane masala entertainer that stays true to its genre and delivers what it promises: King-sized entertainment. At the box office, the audiences will give the film an epic ‘swagat’ as it is bound to entertain them thoroughly. This one is a SURE SHOT BLOCKBUSTER and nothing can stop it from setting new records. Get ready for the Tsunami at the Box Office.
TZH simply isn't interested in achieving any balance. The emphasis is unwaveringly on Salman Khan the Saviour. Katrina, fetching but flimsy, is compelled to take a backseat. Mercifully, the principal antagonist Abu Usman, played by Iran-born, UAE-raised Sajjad Delafrooz, is no pushover: he makes his presence felt in no uncertain terms.
An event for Salman Khan fans, Tiger Zinda Hai is surely the most entertaining fare of 2017. Salman Khan is everyone’s Secret Santa this season gifting one enjoyable movie. Thank you, Ali Abbas Zafar! Even if you have never got entertained by Salman Khan (Which could never be the case) go and watch this movie.
Surrender yourself to Tiger and Zoya’s charm and watch Tiger Zinda Hai for the sheer value of what it offers – adrenaline rushing entertainment. Salman’s superstardom hasn’t got such a good homage by a director in a very long time.
Tiger Zinda Hai does everything you thought it would do. From establishing India-Pakistan friendship to proving the secular credentials of our chief agent, you witness everything. The good thing is all this happens rapidly. Tiger Zinda Hai is 161-minute long and a slow pace could have completely ruined the film.
I’d enjoyed the first one while it lasted. I had fun in this one too, once I got past the whole ‘Come Children, Let’s Make A Spy Story For You’ explanatory mode of the flick, directed this time by Ali Abbas Zafar. Literally every plot point is picked up and repeated BEFORE it happens, so everything is easy peasy. I shut my ears every time this happened, and returned only when the action re-started. Which, let me tell you, there is plenty of, and almost all well-choreographed. And the number of vehicles going up in smoke should give Rohit Shetty a complex.
Overall, 'Tiger Zinda Hai' won't disappoint you. After 'Sultan', Salman Khan and Ali Abbas Zafar pack a solid punch yet again. Especially, when there were no big releases for past three weeks, TZH can be worth watching this festive season.
To all Salman Khan fans, 'Bhai Ke Biceps Dekhe' will actually be the talk of the town soon as he shows off his drooling washboard abs and Katrina's kickass action is totally jaw-dropping. Watch this Bollywood masala potboiler only because 'Tiger Zinda Hai'!
The beauty of the film is that Ali creates a magnum opus and yet he connects with an essentially human chord inside us. His film is a visual extravaganza and his characters are real. There is an ache in their eyes and the supporting cast is infallible. Angad Bedi, Paresh Rawal, Kumud Mishra are brilliant. It is truly the triumph of storytelling that the film despite being so plot-heavy and action heavy and character heavy, stretching to almost 2 hours 45 minutes never lets you lose interest.
Salman is the lifeline, the real treasure of . He sinks his teeth into the character and, in several sequences, peels off the mask of superstardom and brings the actor to the fore... Katrina is in solid form, in action sequences specifically. Commands attention...