How ‘Ek Tha Tiger’ is separate from all other movie of B-town?

On Saturday, July 28th, 2012

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Salman Khan in ‘Ek Tha Tiger’.

It’s truly unfeasible to answer or guess a question that gives way to numerous thoughts in fraction of seconds. Then what you think of the above question? Can you guess anything? Of course when matter comes to the Numero Uno Bollywood hunk, the movie itself is fluctuated from others. But, how his movie can be separated from all other movie of the B-town? Wethinks, the matter is bit tough to answer this time.

However, the movie Ek Tha Tiger really someway differentiates itself from others. Salman has done something in this imminent flick of his, that will really widen your eye-lips. Wanna know what? Then listen, the superstar has shot extensively at the high security locations of Delhi, except for Ireland and Istanbul and these places have never been showcased in Indian cinema so far.

Confirming the news, the film’s spokesperson said, “Salman shot at real bureaucratic colonies in Delhi. The producers (Yash and Aditya Chopra) had to seek permission from the government as such high security locations of India are kept out of bounds for being captured on camera.”

“Special agents never reveal their identity and live a life of concealed character profiling. Salman wanted to blend into all these aspects for his screen role. Due to which these locations have been used in the film. Apart from shooting in the Parliament Street area, several scenes were also filmed in some government quarters,” the source further added.

Anyways, we think this is only because of Salmaan that the government permitted to shoot in these high security locations and why not be? After all, he is most eligible bachelor of the B-town and one of the most popular citizens of the country, who love his country the most!

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