Tiger Zinda Hai Movie Censor Report: Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif are back to take you on an adventurous ride with their upcoming film Tiger Zinda Hai Movie a sequel to Ek Tha Tiger that is loaded with breathtaking action sequences and exotic locations. The Film Director Ali Abbas Zafar has done a fabulous job of adding his own elements of candid close-ups and long shots to give moviegoers a larger-than-life cinematic experience, which is something a Salman Khan film needs.
Now the film all set to release on 22 December 2017, The Makers of Tiger Zinda Hai Movie has been cleared and received a U/A certificate that the CBFC cleared the film with two minor audio cuts and one visual cut. (Tiger Zinda Hai Audio JukeBox)
CBFC Chief Prasoon Joshi had said, “We need to understand that the CBFC must take a balanced decision. This situation was not created by the CBFC. It had nothing to do with the protests on the roads. You show the film to media houses and get reviews done but you want CBFC to deliver a fair and well-thought-out decision?”
Padmavati, which has been in the quagmire over violent protests against the release of the film for its alleged depiction of a Rajput princess played by Deepika Padukone and ‘distortion of historical facts’ that Rajput groups have objections to, had not cleared the certification process in its first attempt, with the board citing ‘technical issues’.
“We are not asking for a lot of time. We mostly certify films before 68 days but we ask that time so that when there a situation like this, we have time. This is not new. It has been with the CBFC for years. If certain people don’t want to see this, that is their decision. I respect Sanjay Leela Bhansali a lot. As a member of the film fraternity, I understand him. But this issue is not about Bhansali. It is about the controversy over the film,” said Prasoon Joshi about the controversy.