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Sangati Jogwar

News Highlights

  • John Abraham and Emraan Hashmi as lead antagonists in Pathan and Tiger 3 respectively are expected to make a big impact.
  • Both these antagonists can prove more impactful than Salman Khan and SRK.

Tiger 3 and Pathan are two big-budget movies bankrolled by YRF starring some of the biggest stars in Bollywood. While Tiger 3 will star Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif in the lead, Shah Rukh Khan is set to come back with Pathan opposite Deepika Padukone. Reports have indicated that both Katrina and Deepika have been training very hard as they are expected to perform some action scenes in these movies.

Salman Khan recently revealed his toned physique, indicating that fans can expect a bulkier and stronger Tiger in the third installment. Shah Rukh Khan though is yet to reveal his training updates, is expected to give his 100% to this role as the success of Pathan is highly crucial because his last 2 releases were super flops.

Interestingly, YRF has roped in two very unpredictable actors as a lead antagonists for these movies. While Emraan Hashmi will play the villainous character in Tiger 3, John Abraham will be the bad boy in Pathan. Both Emraan and John have played characters with grey shades in their earlier movies and fans have loved them in these roles.

But it would be the first time that they would be appearing with big superstars like Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan. Recently Emraan shared glimpses of his toned body on his microblogging page and made fans wonder whether he would look more impressive than Salman when the two share the big screen for Tiger 3.

The same can be said for the hero-villain pairing of SRK and John because the latter earlier too had taken away the limelight from Abhishek Bachchan when he played a thief in Dhoom. 

Since both these two movies are expected to feature high octane action sequences, the pairing of Salman Khan-Katrina Kaif against Emraan Hashmi and SRK-Deepika Padukone against John Abraham has already ensured a good opening in the initial weeks at the box office.

 

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