Tiger 3: Is Salman Khan's action spy thriller banned in Qatar? Here's the truth
Salman Khan's upcoming Bollywood film, Tiger 3, has become the talk of the town, with fans eagerly awaiting its release. Scheduled to hit the screens on Diwali, November 12, the spy-thriller features Salman Khan as Tiger and Katrina Kaif as Zoya. However, recent reports suggest that the film has faced a setback as it allegedly got banned in some Middle Eastern countries, including Oman, Kuwait, and Qatar.
Despite high expectations from the producers for Tiger 3 to break box office records, the film is now surrounded by controversy due to its reported ban in certain Middle Eastern nations. According to emerging reports, the ban is attributed to concerns that Muslim characters in the movie are portrayed negatively. This news has spread across various media platforms, leaving fans in those countries disappointed.
While the news of the ban has generated widespread disappointment, it is essential to note that there is still uncertainty surrounding the actual ban status. As of now, it has not been officially confirmed whether the movie has indeed been banned in these countries. Fans are eagerly awaiting updates on this matter.
Despite the potential setback, the booking for Tiger 3 started a week before its release, and tickets are reportedly being booked rapidly in India. The excitement among fans globally remains palpable, with many anticipating record-breaking success for the third installment in the Tiger franchise.
Directed by Maneesh Sharma, Tiger 3 boasts a star-studded cast, including Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif, and Emraan Hashmi. Rumors also suggest a cameo appearance by Shah Rukh Khan (SRK). Meanwhile, fans await the film's release and hope for a positive resolution regarding the reported ban in the Middle Eastern countries.
- PTC PUNJABI