The upcoming Bollywood movie “Tiger zinda hai” fails to the No objection certificate from Pakistan censor board. According to Pakistan Censor Board Chief the movie is showcasing Country National Security and Law enforcement agencies and institutions in an undignified manner.
The spy thriller movie is supposed to be released in various regions but, the movie failed to get the clearance from the central board of film censors (CBFC), the movie is banned in Pakistan. As per the trailers, reviews and plot of the movie available on online and social media CBFC’s chief Mobashir came to the conclusion that the movie is showcasing certain contents which are shown in demeaning and such sensitive issues have a “no compromise policy”.
The film has been directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, the main lead Salman Khan acts in a role of RAW who falls for the Pakistan girl who plays a role of spy, who joined their forces to battle against terrorism. The first sequel of the movie “Ek tha tiger” starrer Katrina Kaif and Salman Khan was also banned in Pakistan in 2012.
Although, the movie left high level of interest within Pakistan viewers as the favourite duo performed together after 5 years.
In India, The much awaited movie will be released on 22nd December, 17.