Salman Khan‘s latest flick ‘Ek Tha Tiger‘ finally has got a nod from officials in Pakistan and is ready to be released in the country. It was speculated that the movie contains some anti-Pakistan facts that the government of Pakistan found objectionable. However after the movie has got approval of the authorities, it has become a celebration time for the fans of Salman Khan in Pakistan.
Kabir Khan, the director of the movie, said he was confident of the approval from the Paki officials as the movie doesn’t contain any offensive dialogues nor does contain any objectionable scenes. He sounded sure to release the movie in some multiplexes in Pakistan. According to him, the release of the movie is not only important for him, Yash Raj Films and Salman Khan but it is also important for the entire Pakistan as the fans would have missed the latest action of their favorite Bollywood star.
Producers of the movie – Yash Raj Films – now are relieved of the fact and are happy as the movie can be released in Pakistan thereby increase in business. CBFC’s vice chairman, Mr. Mohammad Ashraf Gondal, Vice chairman of CBFC, after watching the trailer of the movie commented that there was a mixed reaction among the members of the board after they watched the trailers. However the CBFC has issued a NOC for importing the prints of the movie in Pakistan. It is understood that Mr. Shahnawaz Noon, chairman of CBFC is the final authority who will watch the entire movie and will give approval for the screening throughout Pakistan.
Producers of the movie are planning to release the movie ion the occasion of Eid and as entire nation is a fan of Salman Khan the movie is expected to make a huge business.