Will Salman Khan's Tiger Zinda Hai be banned in Pakistan?

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Bollywood actors Salman Khan graced the launch of photographer Bina Kak's book "Silent Sentinels Of Ranthambhore" in Mumbai. As expected, fans went insane, which surprised Salman Khan.

Salman Khan was at the book launch at the behest of Bina Kak, a friend of the family and former minister of tourism in the Rajasthan cabinet. But Tiger Zinda Hai carries great buzz and its trailer became one of the most viewed trailers of the year. Muhammed Ashraf Gondal, the vice-chairman of the Central Board of Film Censors said that the Salman Khan-Katrina Kaif-starrer had hit at Pakistan's security agencies and was problematic for public screening in Pakistan. During the launch event, Salman also gave a speech as a guest.

Salman Khan is all set to pick up a fight with a wolf in Tiger Zinda Hai. He took a dig at how he will keep coming up with the films on animals. He has faced four separate cases in connection to this, three of which he has been acquitted in. Early this year, he was also let off in an Arms Act case connected to poaching.

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The Rajasthan High Court acquitted Salman Khan in two cases of poaching previous year.

Salman and Katrina will be seen promoting their forthcoming film "Tiger Zinda Hai" in an upcoming episode of the Zee TV show.

"As the song is a chartbuster here in India and the film is shot in the Middle East and focuses on a major issue that affects the region, we were very keen to engage with audiences there", director Ali Abbas Zafar said in a statement.