Pakistan-related scenes are reportedly the basis for the film's non-clearance.
Talking about the same, chairman of the Central Board of Film Censor (CBFC) Mobasher Hasan said, "Tiger Zinda Hai has been refused the NOC, citing the same reason as the first installment of the franchise: The image of Pakistan and its law enforcement agencies has been compromised", reported The Express Tribune.
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According to the reports, the Ministry of Information, Broadcasting, National History and Literary Heritage has also refused to grant a No-Objection Certificate for Tiger Zinda Hai after the CBFC's recommendation.
Salman was present at Bina Kak's book launch on December 13th with his co-star Katrina Kaif and father Salim Khan.
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The Masjid Nur Al Islam mosque in Kensington, which Ullah was said to have attended, was closed Monday. Ullah, Mohammad said, was close to the mosque's imam and was often seen with him at afternoon prayers.
The earlier movie Ek Tha Tiger was banned in Pakistan in 2012. The actors were seen dancing to the tunes of the songs Chikni Chameli, O O Jaane Jaana and the latest song Swag Se Karenge Sabka Swagat from their upcoming film Tiger Zinda Hai. We hope Tiger Zinda Hai doesn't see the same fate as Padmavati and gets cleared soon. Besides the buzz around its one-of-a-kind action sequences and exotic locations, the on-screen reunion of Salman and Katrina after a gap of five years, has piqued the interest of Bollywood buffs.
Salman Khan has a huge fan base in Pakistan. Even Bajrangi Bhaijaan was loved by audience on both sides of the border. The idea is that when there is a fight between right and wrong, what is at stake is humanity. The film, helmed by Zafar, releases on 22 December.
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