Salman Khan launches Bina Kak's book Silent Sentinels Of Ranthambhore

Pauline Gross
December 15, 2017

While the film has been distributed overseas and the promotions are on in full swing, it has now been learned that the film might not release in Pakistan as the film revolves around ISIS and has Pakistan related scenes in the film.

Bollywood film "Tiger Zinda Hai", which has been refused the No-objection Certification for import into Pakistan, shows the country's national security and law enforcement institutions and agencies in a demeaning manner, according to the Pakistan censor board chief.

Katrina Kaif, Salim Khan, Helen, Salman Khan, Baba Siddique, Priya Dutt and many more also attended the book launch. The upcoming film is the sequel to the 2012 actioner Ek Tha Tiger, which was directed by Kabir Khan.

Given Salman Khan's fan following in Pakistan, there was a high interest level in the movie.

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Salman Khan also shared every time his movie release, Bina Kak comes out with a book and shares a "coincident" story. "The film is a very human story... it is not political at all. And there's nothing bigger than humanity", he said. The actors, whose film Tiger Zinda Hai will be hitting the screen on December 22, dazzled in black.

Eventually, the popularity of Bollywood nearly eclipsed the local movie culture in the country, but in the past few years, filmmakers and actors from Pakistan have come into their own.

"In fact, if there was anything against the national interests of Pakistan in the film, we ourselves wouldn't have sought the exhibition, but this could have been done only after a preview of the film", Lalani told the IANS news agency on telephone from Karachi on Wednesday.

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