Bollywood superstar Salman Khan may soon visit Pakistan to convince the authorities of the neighbouring country that his upcoming release Ek Tha Tiger, promo of which has been banned in Islamabad, is not anti-Pakistan. The actor will reportedly be accompanied by director Kabir Khan on the trip. The Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority has issued a letter to all satellite TV channels and cable networks last week informing them that Ek Tha Tiger is "reportedly based on the activities of ISI and RAW" so its promo should not be aired in the country. Responding to the report, Kabir said, "It's disturbing for Ek Tha Tiger to be perceived as an anti-Pakistan film. But it isn't surprising. Look at the cheap jingoistic anti-Pakistan films that have released over the years. We can't really blame them if they perceive Ek Tha Tiger as one such film." He also confirmed the news about their Pakistan trip, saying "Neither Salman nor I have ever visited Pakistan. So why not? We are willing to do anything that's required to make Pakistanis believe that our project is not against them. I don't think the trailer being banned is a big deal. Once the film releases, the truth will be out."