Salman Khan Pets A Tiger At Trailer Launch

 
Salman Khan Pets A Tiger At Trailer Launch

It was a unique idea of promoting his new film 'Roar: Tigers of the Sunderbans' at a special event marking its trailer launch. At this event the audience got to witness Salman Khan interacting and petting a tiger with the help of a technology that makes the body of a tiger come to life without its physical presence. At this event, the audiences also got to witness a dangerous alligator snap at the super star's hand using the same technology.


The same concept will be used to promote this film across colleges and malls before the final release of this film which is scheduled for the 19th of September.


 
 

 
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