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Salman Khan Pacifying Crying Katrina Kaif With His Special Moves Is Delight To Watch

Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif movie Tiger Zinda Hai recently completed 3 years. And fans could not help but celebrate this moment sharing glimpses of the iconic duo from the movie.

During the promotion of Tiger Zinda Hai both Salman and Katrina appeared on a dance show Dance Champions. A contestant Shushant Khatri performed superbly on the famous title song from Sallu Bhai’s Tere Naam movie. The performance left both the superstars spellbound.  Such was the effect of this dance on Kats that she started crying.

Salman Khan who was sitting next to her just kept on looking at her as she wiped her tears. To help her come out from sadness, the Dabangg star said, “Uff! Don’t cry, Katrina. It’s okay. It’s fine. I hate tears-kya tha woh dialogue.” This brought smiles on the lips of Katrina.

Salman Khan Performs On Jug Ghomiya To Pacify Katrina Kaif

The Bajrangi Bhaijan star went a step ahead to ensure that Katrina feels happy and comes out of her sadness. He joined the contestants on the dance floor and performed on his hit number Jug Ghomiya from Sultan. While lip-synching ‘Jaisi tu hai waisi rehana, jug ghomiya thare jaisa na koi” the superstar pointed his finger at Katrina making her smile again.

Salman Khan also performed his unique Jug Ghomiya move that took him 15 to 20 days to learn to pacify his Ek Tha Tiger co-star.

Fans shipping for Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif were ecstatic after YRF announced the third installment from the Tiger franchise. According to reports, the shooting for Tiger 3 will start in March 2021.

The makers are planning to shoot some portion of Tiger3 in the Middle East.

Currently, Salman Khan is busy shooting for Mahesh Manjrekar’s Antim in which for the first time he is playing a Sikh cop. His brother-in-law Aayush Sharma will be playing the lead antagonist in Antim.

 

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