Filmmakers of ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’ are a bit relieved that there were not much of changes had been asked. Now the movie will be released on the eve of Christmas and advanced bookings will start from 17th of December 2017 only.
CBFC (Central Board of Film Certification) has always kept an eagles’ eyes on the movies to be released. Tiger Zinda Hai has come to that eyes bracket and has to go through some of the scenes cut. Recently Deepika Padukone starrer movie “Padmavati” has to go through such scrutiny and some of the deletions were demanded by the Censor board in order to hit the silver screen.
Any movie has to be submitted 69 days before its release date, so that the Censor Board can assess the movie. With the submission, there was a fear of objections by the jury members of the board. From last few months, it has become a normal pattern for usual delays in the release of Bollywood movies. Though the CBFC has developed itself quite flexible and broader acceptance level the timing of the release surely gets affected by all such exercises.
This time in case of ‘Tiger Zinda Hai‘ the CBFC has objected few of the scenes. The CBFC members have asked filmmakers to cut 2 audios and one visual clip and then allowed the movie to be released with a UA Certification.
Salman Khan Starrer “Tiger Zinda Hai” is a much-awaited movie which again is the sequel of 2012 super hit “Ek Tha Tiger”. The movie stars Katrina Kaif opposite Salman. It again has the expectation to bring a huge public to the theatre. Due to these cuts been asked the scheduled release date of 14th December 2017 of Salman- Katrina “Tiger Zinda Hai” has been postponed. Now the movies will see the screen during Christmas.
2 hours 41 minutes of entertainment will see Salman and Katrina again sharing the screen. Ali Abbas Zafar who directed Salman’s blockbuster Sultan is directing the film. The movie is based on the real-life incident where 46 nurses had been taken as the hostage by the ISIS militants in Iraq in 2014. The film has been shot in UAE and Germany and can locations can be admired when you have a look at the trailer of the movie.