See what Pakistan sensor board has to say about "Phantom"

The news about Saif and Katrina's upcoming movie "Phantom" will be released in Pakistan or not has not been clarified. But the Pakistani sensor board has cleared that any decision in this regard will be taken in a legal manner. The issue related with the film will not affect the decision of the sensor board. The mastermind of 26/11, the head of Jamat-ud-dawa, Hafiz Saeed does not want the movie to release in Pakistan.He has moved to the high court in this regard. His lawyer A K Dogar has appealed to the high court the upcoming movie "Phantom" includes negativity for Pakistan. It has even been claimed that the movie is based on 2008 blast in Mumbai. According to this the group Jamat-ud-dawa is spreading terror all over the world. When asked by the CBFC chief on the ban on the movie "Phantom", he said that they will take the decision according to the legal proceedings. There has been a clear law regarding this issue. He said that our work is to take care of the issue related to the matter and not answer all the questions related to the matter. They will take decision according to the laws. Directed by Kabir Khan, in the movie Saif Ali Khan and Katrina Kaif are in lead roles.