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'Tiger Zinda Hai' not cleared for screening by Pakistan's CBFC

'Tiger Zinda Hai' not cleared for screening by Pakistan's CBFC

MUMBAI-Salman Khan shot a death-defying action sequence battling a pack of bloodthirsty wolves for "Tiger Zinda Hai", in which he is seen as a RAW agent sent to rescue 21 Indian nurses taken hostage in Iraq.

Ali Abbas Zafar recently shared an exciting picture from the film. The sequel of the 2012 action thriller Ek Tha Tiger has been refused the No-Objection Certificate (NOC). Well, Salman Khan is quite confident about the film and he is sure that it will become a good hit at the box office. Khan has taken the action benchmark several notches higher as the superstar has pulled off his most risky action sequence to date with a pack of wild wolves! Going by the recent new promo of the film, looks like the film is going to be a real treat for the audience. Salman will be fighting with the pack of wolves in the snow-laden forests of Austria.

Special crew and security measures were taken care of while performing this unsafe task. The action crew led by Hollywood stunt choreographer Tom Struthers has pulled off this sequence.

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The movie revolves around Salman Khan as Indian spy Tiger who falls in love with Pakistani spy Zoya (played by Katrina Kaif).

Filmmaker Ali Abbas Zafar is back with yet another promising entertainer after "Sultan". Just like its prequel Ek Tha Tiger, Tiger Zinda Hai too promises high octane action sequences.

Well, we certainly can't wait to see the film when Tiger Zinda Hai releases on December 22 worldwide.


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