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The Tiger’s Nest Temple – the most iconic and religious place in Bhutan. The place is originally known as Taktsang Lhakhang. This temple is one of the most holy sites in the kingdom and clings impossibly to a sheer cliff face 900 meters above the Paro Valley.

The Tiger’s Nest looked more like a figment of an artist’s imagination, it was built in 1692, at a cave where Guru Rimpoche meditated in the 7th century. Taktsang Lhakhang is located approximately 10 km north of Paro town at an altitude of 3.120 m. In order to arrive at the temple visitors must trek for around 2-3 hours through beautiful, shady pine forests. No trip to Bhutan would be complete without a visit to this remarkable heritage site. Read more

BCL Team Mumbai Tigers roar with renewed confidence


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Team Mumbai Tigers which has been one of the most popular teams of BCL has strengthened the team further with new players. This year Balraj Syal will be the new skipper; Balraj used to play for a competing team for the past 3 years. Speaking on the occasion Balraj said, “I love cricket, it’s a gentleman’s game. The best part of BCL is that you get paid for playing cricket with your friends. Our team owner Santosh Gupta is a dear friend, as well his company manages my work as well. All the players in the team are buddies.”

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Top Gun for Tiger! Here’s All You Need to Know About Tiger’s Deadly machine gun!


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The first thing that comes to one’s mind about Tiger Zinda Hai is the promise of breath-taking action in the film. Salman Khan, who reprises his role as Tiger, will be seen in some jaw-dropping and death-defying never-seen-before action in the most awaited action entertainer of 2017. 

Tiger will be seen pulling off some insane stunts and wielding some of the heaviest weapons to tear down his nemesis. MG 42, a massive machine gun as seen in the picture, is the weapon of choice for Tiger to fight his gritty battles. Salman’s character fires the gun in a heavy-duty action sequence that forms a crucial part of the film’s plot. Shooting with the weapon, though, didn’t come easy. The MG 42 weighs as much as 25-30 Kilos. It also has a magazine of cartridges attached to it, which makes the gun a beast of destruction. 

Director Ali Abbas Zafar explains, “When you feature a superstar like Salman Khan, who is known to pull his weight for a film’s action, you need to have weaponry that suits his stature and also fit in with the scale of Tiger Zinda Hai.”

He adds, “This fight sequence is part of a very crucial chapter in the film, and the weapon needed to match the scale and impact of this moment. For this scene, Salman fired around 5000 cartridges, over 3 consecutive days. It actually becomes one of the most iconic shots of the film. Because the gun was being used continuously, we needed to keep two such weapons ready for use. It generates extreme heat and we worked in very hot conditions. We had to flip the gun continuously, and keep both in perfect functioning condition.”

In its scale and vision, Tiger Zinda Hai is a truly lavish, grand and a larger than life film. It’s what you call a true blue Bollywood  masala entertainer for every audience segment. Reuniting Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif, Tiger Zinda Hai promises to deliver edge of the seat, global standard action and thrills to audiences onDecember 22.