Angad Bedi on ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’: There is so much to learn from Salman Khan

Mumbai: Actor Angad Bedi is playing a pivotal role in the Salman Khan’s upcoming film ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’. Recently, the team was in Mumbai after the further shoot, they will return to Abu Dhabi.

Talking about the role in the film, Angad told Free Pree Journal, “It is a very technical film and I have a positive character. His name is Major Amit Khanna, who is strong and a very sharp person, who is part of an internal project.”

Angad was recently seen in ‘Dear Zindagi’ and ‘Pink’. He added, “In “’Tiger…’, my role is physically very different. For my role, I had to pick up martial arts, because the guy is in the Army. Physical fitness and mentally alertness was key.

On working with Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif, he said, “I had a very good experience working with Salman as well as Katrina. After working with Mr Bachchan in Pink, it’s such a big thing. It’s my good fortune to work with them. Salman is playing different characters in each film, like ‘Tubelight’ and ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’, so we keep learning with them.”

Any memorable moments on the set of ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’? “I am only done with 25 days shoot, more 40 days shoots are pending, as we are shooting in Abu Dhabi and Morocco. And 4-5 days shoots also happened in Mumbai. Memorable? I remember on the set that we share our food with each other. We do lots of chatting and Salman shares his experience from his previous movies with us. We have a good team.”

On his career goal, he replied, “I just want to work hard. I have signed a few good films. I don’t want to create a single image, I want to do play different characters. It is a challenge for me and to work with bigger directors and producers. One step at a time and one film at a time.”

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