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By | December 2012
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The film begins with an agent code-named "Tiger" (Salman Khan) conducting a mission in northern Iraq. India's top spy and an officer of India'sResearch and Analysis Wing (RAW), Tiger is forced to kill one of his own men who has defected to Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), the rival spy agency of rival Pakistan. He subsequently kills many ISI agents in his escape. Tiger returns and reports to his boss, Shenoy (Girish Karnad) in New Delhi. He is immediately sent on a mission to Dublin, Ireland, to observe a scientist of Indian origin, Professor Anwar Jamaal Kidwai (Roshan Seth), who teaches at the Trinity College and is suspected of sharing his findings with the Pakistan defense establishment. Fellow RAW agent Gopi (Ranvir Shorey) accompanies Tiger on this mission. Tiger meets the scientist but fails to spend enough time for his observance, and instead begins to spend time with scientist's caretaker Zoya (Katrina Kaif), who is studying at a local dance academy. He tries to befriend Zoya in desire of information, and he begins to discover his human side as he grows closer to her. Meanwhile he is attacked and robbed at his residence by a person suspected to be an ISI agent. Despite repeated warnings from Gopi not to fall in love, Tiger later falls in love with Zoya, Before expressing his feelings to her during his visit to dance academy he founds that in reality she is an ISI Agent and refuses to commit treason on Pakistan when he asks. He lets her go instead of killing her. Some time later, they meet again at a UN Foreign Minister's Meet in Instanbul, Republic of Turkey when Zoya signals him to come using a cryptic message. There they decide to leave everything for their love and fool their respective agencies by taken their flight to Brazil while they had earlier informed the agencies to be in Kazakhstan. Some years later, they are traced by their agencies in Cuba and Zoya is caught by the ISI agents. Tiger meets Gopi who is searching him for RAW and...