Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif's Ek Tha Tiger directed by Kabir Khan has been making headlines ever since its announcement. And now that it's finally ...
Katrina will be seen playing a dance teacher in the film.
Katrina's character Zoya is a ballet dancer, who takes lessons in the dance form and also teaches it to her fellow students.
Ek Tha Tiger will release on Eid this year.
Salman Khan in a still from Ek Tha Tiger.
Salman Khan in a fight sequence from the film.
Katrina Kaif looks nice in the image.
Expectations are high from Ek Tha Tiger.
Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif's jodi might have a mixed track record at the box office, but their Ek Tha Tiger chemistry seems to look the ...
Arabic beauty! Katrina Kaif looks ethereal in her Mashallah avatar.
If you thought Katrina's shimmies in Sheila Ki Jawaani were to die for, you should certainly watch the seductress belly-dance in Ek Tha Tiger's first released song Mashallah.
The song begins with Salman 'Tiger' Khan strutting down the streets of Istanbul while a very Arabic tune begins to play in the background. The hunt is on as the agent follows the mystery woman as she leads him on the narrow alleys of the Middle East. No points for guessing who the veiled lady with the mystic eyes is.
As Tiger pulls the veil, the lady begins to cast her spell with her moves.
While the vocals don't begin for almost a minute, we don't mind because we're too busy ogling at the eye candy. Salman may be as rigid as a rod in his dance steps but hip movement was never his forte and the actor makes up for it with his 'dabangg-esque' expressions.
As far as the moves are concerned, Katrina holds the fort, literally. Set against the backdrop of the dusty Istanbul, Katrina's flexi waist and colourful clothes provide a refreshing contrast to the plainly clad Salman.
Katrina's hips don't lie!
Despite sounding overbearingly familiar, the song certainly has a freshness to it, mostly because we can't tell where it's inspired from.
The song has been sung by Shreya Ghoshal and Wajid of the famous Sajid-Wajid musical duo. The lyrics have been written by Kausar Munir.
We like the song overall but you watch the song for yourself and tell us what you think.What we like:
The Arabic beats
What we don't like:
The Middle-Eastern cliché
What to look out for:
Katrina's killer looks
Salman's commendable attempts at dance
Katrina's silhoutte in the bright yellow skirt
Katrina's sensuos moves