Indian Bollywood actor Shahrukh Khan (L) shares a light moment with actresses Anushka Sharma (R) and Katrina Kaif (C) as they pose during a promotional event for the forthcoming Hindi film“Jab Tak Hai Jaan” in Mumbai.–Photo by AFP

Yash Chopra's last directorial venture Jab Tak Hai Jaan is likely to be released in Pakistan. On Monday evening, the website of Atrium cinema in Karachi uploaded promo of the film and several working stills from the film. The website mentioned the film's release date as November 13.

According to TOI: There were rumours that the film will fail to get clearance from the Pakistan censor board due to the fact that it deals with the Kashmir issue.

Chopra's last home production Ek Tha Tiger was banned in Pakistan due to its depiction of Pakistan Intelligence agencies. Katrina Kaif played a Pakistani spy in the film.

Earlier this year, Saif Ali Khan's film Agent Vinod too was banned for showing Pakistani intelligence in negative light.

Meanwhile, JTHJ has been cleared by Indian Censor Board with a UA certificate.

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