Mumbai: There has been a strong buzz that Kabir Khan's much-awaited film Ek Tha Tiger is banned in Pakistan, reason given is that the ISI has been showcased in a bad way in the film. But, director Kabir Khan is quite optimistic about the situation as he feels that the Pakistan censor board will easily agree to pass the film after they watch it.
There might be a lot of bad blood between the two rival nations, India and Pakistan, but the Bollywood stars have a great impact on the Pakistani audience. One such superstar is Salman Khan, who has a lot of fans all over Pakistan. Talking to a daily, Kabir Khan said, "There are no offensive scenes or dialogues in the film. We are confident that we will get a clearance from the Pakistan government." It is also believed that Salman is very keen on visiting Pakistan. So, will Salman be able to convince the Pakistan censor board to clear Ek Tha Tiger for it's release in the country?
Earlier this year, in March, Pakistan censor board had banned Saif Ali Khan's Agent Vinod as it portrayed the ISI in a bad light. We hope it doesn't happen the same for Ek Tha Tiger that is all set to release on August 15.