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Pathaan is the fourth installment in the shared universe directed by Siddharth Anand, and the first YRF Spy Universe movie to feature a mid-credits scene as inspired from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.[18] The film stars Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone and John Abraham in the lead roles.[19][20][21] Salman Khan appears in extended cameo role as "Tiger".[22][23] It is the most expensive project of Yash Raj Films.[24] This film is YRF's first Dolby Cinema release and the first Bollywood film to be shot fully with IMAX cameras.




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Lasyapriya Sundaram of The Times of India gave 3.5 stars, and said "The film is visually stunning in parts and Salman Khan plays Tiger with roaring confidence and dialogues packed with punch. Of course, his fans get a true-blue Salman Khan moment when he bares his torso."[41] Rachit Gupta of Filmfare gave 3.5 stars, and said "It may look like a Hollywood action thriller, but at its heart, Tiger Zinda Hai is an unabashed masala movie. The heady mixture of an international looking action film and the regular tropes of Hindi cinema make it a pleasing watch."[42]


From the very first movie screening of the Lumiere brothers in Paris to the diverse mix of commercial and art-house movies of the last century, cinema has always played a prominent role in connecting peoples and nations. Indian cinema is one of the national film industries that has enjoyed immense fame around the world and continues to attract huge audiences.


Hindi movies have become a kind of soft power for the country, gaining widespread popularity in Europe, North America, the Middle East, Southern Asia and Africa. Be it a family drama, sci-fi, historical/periodic drama or romance, movies often leave a lasting impression on viewers and also help in transmitting traditional and cultural awareness from one country to another. Bollywood's movies have played an important role in constructing a cultural identity for many people who are living outside India as part of the Indian diaspora.


The classical Bollywood movies were shot at scenic spots within the country such as Kashmir, Himachal, Mumbai, Chennai and Hyderabad. But over time, directors and producers started to prefer foreign destinations to attract international audiences. Thus, Bollywood movies unified world cultures by featuring many local and international destinations such as Europe, Spain, London, Australia, the U.S., New Zealand, Dubai and Turkey.


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