Katrina Kaif And Salman Khan’s Chemistry In This New Ad Is Sizzling Hot!

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I am sure you all must be waiting for the “Tiger Zinda Hai” film which is going to release in just few days and you cant wait to see Katrina and Salman back on-screen together! Well, they have given the fans one more surprise by posting a video where the duo are seen doing an advertisement for Splash which is a Fashion Brand and this clip is breaking the internet as fans have become more eager to watch the film and their sizzling chemistry.

In the fairytale-like video, shared by Salman on Twitter, the two can be seen dressed in their festive best, waiting for some fireworks on a gorgeous balcony. “Fashion ko welcome karo ek naye Swag ke saath . Fashion ka naya beginning . #SplashFashions,” he wrote with the video on Twitter.

Katrina-Kaif-SalmanApparently, Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif will be seen in this sequel after four years and Katrina has always respected Salman and she is very much happy to reunite and do a film with him again.

In an interview she said, “Salman and I know each other for now quite some years. Let’s put it like that. It has been a few years now and I think we share a really great equation and there’s a lot of respect between each other. So, I think that’s great,” she said in a PTI interview.

Katrina-Kaif-Salman01“It’s an incredible story I think Ali (Abbas Zafar, the film’s director) has taken the story forward in an amazing way. It has been really fun everyday on the set with Ali and Salman. It has been really wonderful,” Katrina added.

“Tiger Zinda Hai” is all set to hit the screens on 22nd December 2017.

Watch the Video Here.

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