Katrina Kaif leaves fans surprised with no arms 'push-ups'

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Katrina Kaif leaves fans surprised with no arms 'push-ups'

The flick will reunite ex lovers Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif. She is one of the actress who has the highest followers on both the social media platforms. Kaif, who worked with Khan on films like NY (2009), Ek Tha Tiger and Phantom (2015), misses him on the set. Salman Khan's presence in an action film along with the power of Tiger Franchise and Christmas holiday should ensure not just a record breaking start at the ticket window, but also an easy entry in the Rs 200 crore club.

In a recent interview, Katrina spoke about the void she feels due to the absence of Kabir Khan by saying "Kabir is passionate about movies". In between the shoot, the actor is sharing with us her day-to-day experience on the sets without fail.

As mentioned above, the calendar is full of big films in the second half of 2017, however, it seems that the industry might have to wait till the arrival of Salman Khan's Tiger Zinda Hai in December to get its first Rs 200 crore grosser of the year. "I do feel the void". So how about Kabir dropping a surprise visit on the sets of Tiger Zinda Hai? He is a dear friend. His last film Sultan (2016) was loved by the audience so he can't afford be a complacent. "But for me, the greatest strength that he was to me was that he didn't try to make things different for me, he encouraged me every moment to stand up, find my own feet and work hard", she said. "We shot some wonderful action sequences last month", says Kaif. Let's hope it turns out to be one of the most entertaining films of this year.

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