Ek tha tiger (aka Once Upon a Tiger) is a movie by Kabir Khan. “Tiger” is a secret agent that works for an Indian spy agency known as “Raw”. His passion for his work is the most precious thing for him. But his life takes a 360 degree turn when he falls in love with “Zoya” a Pakistani secret agent that works for a Pakistani spy agency “Isi” Pakistan, the loggerhead of India. To make their love story true, Tiger and Zoya run away together falling in love with each other.
This movie was a sweet and unimaginable love story of how two people working for opposite countries fall in love with each other. It always left the watchers hooked to the movie. In my opinion this gets a 5 star rating because I totally loved how the movie turned out. It goes against the stereotypes of how people say India and Pakistan are logger heads. I would recommend this to any that believe that this stereotype is wrong or right to see the reality with their own eyes. Other than that I believe the director did a great job with this movie and made an awesome movie with all their effort.
- @Bookalicious of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library
Entertaining love story between spies of enemy nations.
Salman kahn is not Arnold shwratznagger, hrihtik is, and also salman is beefy and macho in his own way, thihs movie was incredible, must watch, but I'm a hrihtik fan, the dancing and acting god, the greek god.
Always been in the Shah Rukh Khan camp when it comes to SRK vs Salman Khan movies but in Ek Tha Tiger Salman he is at his best. Think of Salman as Arnold Schwarzenegger who can dance. Though Salman Khan has done a lot of different types of Hindi films he is the go to guy on Hindi action films.
I haven't liked Salman Kahn until this movie. And considering Katrina and he are no longer a couple in real life, it's rather bittersweet. Fun chase scenes - a little parkour - which I love.
Very predictable over-the-top over-produced over-acted Bollywood love story of a master spy who falls in love while on a highly classified mission.
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