Ek Tha Tiger: Win-Win!

Rating: ***.5

Star cast: Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif, Ranvir Shorey and Girish Karnad

Good: Photography, story and music

Bad: mysterious knots and expanded plot

The long awaited movie of Salman Khan directed by Kabir Khan is finally released today. He once again hit the big screen with his new film. The movie that features Salman and Katrina is an action, spy story with the elements of romance. The movie was on the news since its production. Ek Tha Tiger is surely having the integrant to include in the top 5 movies of this year.

The film is about a scientist of Trinty College who is supposed to sell the technology secrets to Pakistan. The Government sends an agent Salman khan as Tiger to discover the truth and observe the professors actions. During his mission he falls in love with Katrina Kaif as Zoya who is professor’s warden and also a student in a dance academy.

The movie has some exciting twist and turns. The movie begins with loads of action and the prologue of Tiger. Salman is as usual excellent in his character. Katrina is very surprising in her role. She does different from what has done earlier. She also has done some actions in the film. It’s good to see Karina and Salman together after a long time. Despite the ups and downs in their relations, the chemistry between them in the flick is just amazing.

The second half of the movie is much better than the first. Their romance in the second half is also very factual and authentic. Katrina needs to work on their facial expression. The movie is confusing on the point of departure the raw agent with no trouble by Government and his love affair with a girl while on a task.

Verdict: The movie is all good despite some confusion. It also gives a strong message of relationship of love and friendship beyond border.

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