Has Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif's 'Tiger Zinda Hai' been banned in Pakistan?

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Talking to The Express Tribune, 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". Salman will be fighting with the pack of wolves in the snow-laden forests of Austria. Salman shared the latest promo on Twitter where he can be seen fighting a pack of ferocious wolves in chilly locales. Well, the mystery will be solved on December 22. A snippet of the sequence has been released by Yash Raj Films.

Salman Khan is all set to pick up a fight with a wolf in Tiger Zinda Hai.

The sequence with wolves was a risky one for the superstar and required the assistance of special wolf trainers.

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Sharing the video, the movie handle used the caption: "Wolves hunt in packs, but Tiger hunts alone!" Well, that is exactly Salman Khan is doing in his new still from the most awaited release of this year, Tiger Zinda Hai.

"This is a unsafe sequence and the crew spent months planning this with specialised wolf trainers". The change of director might bring a new flavour to the sequel to 2012 film Ek Tha Tiger. A source had earlier revealed to DNA, "It is producer Aditya Chopra's vision that the film matches with worldwide standards of action and the crew is going the extra mile to ensure that the spy drama TZH delivers on that vision".

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