The Pulwama terror attack has surely shocked the whole nation and it has turned out the worst terrorist attack ever on the Indian army. After this tragedic attack, the whole film industry has come out in support of the army and against the terrorists. Recently, there were the reports that the Pakistani artists have been banned in the Indian film industry and now they won't get work in Bollywood as well.
However, it looks like that this rivalry has given a shock to Salman Khan and makers of his next film Bharat. According to media reports, Salman Khan starrer Bharat was supposed to release in Pakistan alongside Fawad Khan's film The Legend Of Maula Jatt. Actually, ministery of Information and Broadcast of Pakistan released a circular last year that around two days before the festival and after two weeks of festivals no Indian films will be premiered in Pakistani theaters.
Pakistan took this decision for their own films those get a tough fight with Indian films at the box office. That's why Salman Khan starrer Race 3 also didn't release in Pakistan during Eid. But if the makers extended the release date of Bharat in Pakistan then the chances of piracy gets increased. Earlier also we have seen several examples of piracy in Pakistan.
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Let us tell you that Salman Khan has a huge fan following in Pakistan and that's why his films do quite good at the box office. This is to notice after the Pulwama attack, Salman Khan offered help to martyrs families through his NGO Being Human.