Superstar Salman Khan has come out in support of Kabir Khan’s upcoming film ‘Phantom’, saying the director will never make a wrong movie.
Jamat-ud-Dawah chief Hafiz Saeed has filed a petition in the Lahore High Court seeking a ban on the release of ‘Phantom’ in Pakistan, alleging that it contains filthy propaganda against the country. On which Salman Khan said, “I haven’t seen that film so it will be unfair for me to comment on it. I don’t think Kabir Khan will ever make a wrong film. He is a very correct person and won’t make a wrong film,” Indian Express reported.
Earlier this week, ‘Phantom’ actor Saif Ali Khan defends his movie and said, “Nobody is against Pakistan or their religion, but this is a different subject and Kabir has treated it in a nice way. I feel that the people should see the film before passing judgment”.
‘Phantom’ which is all set to release on August 28, is an adaptation of S. Hussain Zaidi’s novel ‘Mumbai Avengers’. With it first look, the movie seems to contain anti-Pakistan elements and is most likely to face ban in the country.
The movie stars Saif Ali Khan and Katrina Kaif in the lead role.
Source : brecorder