Tiger Zinda Hai: Watch Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif's sizzling chemistry in Swag Se Swagat song

Updated: Nov 21, 2017, 13:28 IST | mid-day online correspondent | Mumbai

The much-awaited song 'Swag Se Swagat' from Ali Abbas Zafar's upcoming film 'Tiger Zinda Hai' starring Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif is out. Salman and Katrina share a crackling chemistry in the track! Watch it here

The much-awaited song 'Swag Se Swagat' from Ali Abbas Zafar's upcoming film 'Tiger Zinda Hai' starring Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif is out. Salman and Katrina share a crackling chemistry in the track sung by Vishal Dadlani and Neha Bhasin, composed by Vishal and Shekhar, and penned by Irshad Kamil. Salman and Katrina swing to the high energy peppy track 'Swag Se Karenge Sab Ka Swagat' and we bet fans can't wait for more! Besides being a perfect platform for Salman and Katrina to display their sizzling chemistry, the high point of the song is that it features 100 dancers from four countries - Greece, France, Italy, Trinidad and Tobago.

Here are a few stills from 'Swag Se Swagat' song:

Katrina Kaif in Tiger Zinda Hai song Swag Se Swagat
Katrina Kaif in 'Swag Se Swagat' song from 'Tiger Zinda Hai'. Pics/YouTube


Salman Khan in 'Swag Se Swagat' song from 'Tiger Zinda Hai'


Katrina Kaif and Salman Khan in 'Swag Se Swagat' song from 'Tiger Zinda Hai'


Katrina Kaif in 'Swag Se Swagat' song from 'Tiger Zinda Hai'


Katrina Kaif and Salman Khan in 'Swag Se Swagat' song from 'Tiger Zinda Hai'

Dancers of different nationalities were roped in for the Vaibhavi Merchant-choreographed track to drive home the point of diversity, which is the song's underlying theme. The background dancers are trained in ballerina, hip hop and Afroancehall, each bringing their unique dance form to the song. "Swag Se Swagat is essentially about celebrating peace, love and brotherhood. So we thought why not have Salman, Katrina and dancers from all over the world," director Ali Abbas Zafar told mid-day in an interview.

Watch 'Swag Se Swagat' song video:

Ali Abbas Zafar further told mid-day, "In Ek Tha Tiger everyone had loved Salman and Katrina's chemistry, so for us it was a challenge to push the envelope in terms of how they look and how the song is going to be. A lot of attention has been given in terms of their chemistry, how they are styled and the locations. They are looking the best they have looked together and we are absolutely thrilled about that. Everyone already knows that both Salman and Katrina have this unspoken sizzling chemistry on screen and what this song does is, it exploits it in the most beautiful way."

Also read: Tiger Zinda Hai: How 100 dancers from four countries came together for Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif

The real-life incident of 46 Indian nurses being taken hostage by the ISIS in Iraq in 2014 serves as the inspiration for Salman Khan-Katrina Kaif's Christmas offering. However, the director clarifies that while the 2014 rescue mission was his reference point, he has developed a fictional story around the event — one that his leads "reacted very strongly to".

Also read: Tiger Zinda Hai trailer: Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif's film promises to be a thriller

'Tiger Zinda Hai', which is the sequel to the 2012 film 'Ek Tha Tiger' directed by Kabir Khan, will see Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif reprise their roles as spies Tiger and Zoya. Post 'Tubelight's dull performance at the box office, all eyes are set on 'Tiger Zinda Hai'. The film has been shot in five different countries across the world to capture a gripping, explosive and entertaining story. An espionage drama, the film's protagonists - Tiger and Zoya - travel to five different countries, fighting against the odds to fulfill their life-threatening mission.

Tiger Zinda Hai is slated to release on December 22.

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