Salman Khan & Katrina share a sizzling chemistry in Swag Se Swagat!


The picturesque location with Salman and Katrina Kaif's chemistry is making the song look more lovely. Swag Se Swagat shows Salman's solid swag and Katrina's hot and sexy dance moves. They had been sharing pictures of the film's first song, Swag se swagat, since quite sometime now, keeping us entertained. The song features the two actors in exotic locations, romancing and flirting with each other, it looks lovely and sounds great, with the lyrics incorporating the word "Swag" and "Swagat" to keep it Desi enough for people.

The source further added, "When the song finished, Salman and Katrina organised a very big party for the entire crew, including the local Greek crew". Eager fans were waiting for the song's release with bated breath which was worth it, given the high-end number.

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Tiger Zinda Hai is directed by Ali Abbas Zafar and backed by Yash Raj Films; it is slated for a 22 December release this year.

Take a look at the first official song of the movie, sung by Vishal Dadlani and Neha Bhasin and written by Irshad Kamil. "Everyone let their hair down, cheered and danced all the way till the morning on Swag se Swagat".

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The last time we saw Salman and Katrina dancing together was in Ek Tha Tiger's Mashallah.

The team of Tiger Zinda Hai has been flooding social media with the numerous stills of the song for a week now.

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'Swag Se Swagat', musically, isn't different from what we listen to everyday - filled with loud beats and electronic music.