Tiger 3: Katrina Kaif Testing Positive For COVID-19 Will Not Delay The Shoot Of Salman Khan's Mega-Anticipated Flick

Yesterday, Katrina Kaif announced that she has tested positive for Coronavirus. Does this mean the shooting of Tiger 3 with Salman Khan will come to a halt?

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Tiger 3: Katrina Kaif Testing Positive For COVID-19 Will Not Delay The Shoot Of Salman Khan's Mega-Anticipated Flick
The Coronavirus situation has affected the film industry quite a bit. Many Bollywood celebrities have tested positive for Coronavirus bringing a halt to the shooting of films. Recently, stars like Alia Bhatt, Akshay Kumar, Bhumi Pednekar, Vicky Kaushal and others informed their fans that they are in isolation because they have contracted the virus. Last evening, Katrina Kaif updated that she is also Coronavirus positive. Does that mean the shooting of her upcoming film Tiger 3 along with Salman Khan will come to a halt?

As per a report in Pinkvilla, the shooting of Tiger 3 helmed by Maneesh Sharma will go on as per the plan. Salman Khan is currently shooting for his solo scenes and Katrina is expected to join them at the end of April. A trade source informed the portal, "Katrina shot for Tiger 3 a week back and is scheduled to join again from the end of April for a few days. This was always a part of the original shooting plan of the film, so there is no delay in the shoot of Tiger 3. Right now, Salman is finishing his solo portions with Maneesh and the shoot is going on in full swing."

The source also revealed that the makers are following all the protocols and are diligently santising the sets, equipment in order to stay safe.  


Tiger 3 is going to be the next instalment in Salman Khan's hit franchise that started with Tiger followed by Tiger Zinda Hai. Both the films had Salman and Katrina in the lead and their chemistry managed to woo one and all. 



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