Revealed: Grand helicopter entry scene of Salman as Tiger in SRK’s Pathan

It's a grand entry scene, followed by a prolonged 20 minute action and chase to defeat the baddie with SRK

Pathan is one of the most awaited films, since King Khan will make a smashing return to big screens with this film. It was reported that Salman Khan is making a cameo in the film as Tiger who comes to Pathan’s rescue from the Russian gun mafia.

(Also read: It’s Tiger vs Tiger in Tiger 3, Emraan Hashmi’s character details out)

Salman and Shah Rukh both will be seen fighting the Russian mafia in a key action packed sequence. Now, more details on the same are out!

“Aditya Chopra and director Siddharth Anand have designed a special introductory scene for Salman in the film and it’s sure to convert the cinema hall into a live cricket stadium. There is a proper build up and urgency before he makes an entry as Tiger, hanging on a helicopter, up in the air with the Tiger theme playing in the background. It’s a grand entry scene, followed by a prolonged 20 minute action and chase to defeat the baddie with SRK, who is trapped,” a source informed Bollywood Hungama.

The source also confirmed that it’s a never-seen-before sequence and those who’ve seen it, have loved it. The film is expected to be action-packed entertainer. It was reported that the film’s mega climax has been shot on the top of Burj Khalifa.

(also read: Shah Rukh Khan and Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Next is Baiju Bawra!)

We also heard that Salman refused to take any remuneration from YRF for his appearance, because he considers Shah Rukh Khan as his brother.

(also read: After Pathan, SRK and Deepika to reunite for this film)

Majority of Pathan has already been shot, the film’s shoot was put on hold because of COVID’s second wave. Now we hear that the film will go on floors again next month, wrapping the shoot by July hoping for a theatrical release early next year!

(also read: Pathan’s shoot to commence from this date)

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