"Tiger has landed in Istanbul... Schedule 2 begins. Stunning Istanbul... perfect backdrop for the Tiger in action," Kabir, who had earlier directed 'Kabul Express' and 'New York', posted on his Twitter page.
YRF had released a one-of-its-kind digital poster for the movie in August 2011. The poster pans into a wide view of a populated city, and gradually depicts a silhouette of a well-built man with a scarf flying from his neck. But Kabir clarified that the city depicted in the poster is not Istanbul.
"That's another magical city which I will reveal only in the film," he tweeted. "Tigress bhi yahin hai (The tigress is also here)" - most likely a reference to Katrina.
The film, to be released worldwide June 1, 2012, is based on a story by Aditya Chopra while the screenplay and dialogues are by Kabir and Neelesh Misra.
The first schedule took place in Dublin after Salman recovered post his surgery to treat a nerve condition that has been causing pain in his cheeks and jaw.
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