Despite the ending of Salman Khan starrer superhit film Ek Tha Tiger leaving a scope for a sequel, the makers have denied any such move.
Salman's previous few films like No Entry, Wanted, Dabangg will have sequels and there were chances of a second installment for his latest offering Ek Tha Tiger as well.
"We have not thought of a sequel for Ek Tha Tiger. We don't have any idea (story line) for the sequel," Kabir told reporters.
Even the producers have denied making a sequel. "With the success of the film, it would be the obvious conclusion for anybody to assume that the film deserves a sequel. However, as of now, there are no such plans and it is more conjecture," Yash Raj Films' vice president (marketing and communications) Rafiq Gangjee said.
Salman Khan-Katrina Kaif starrer romantic action thriller 'Ek Tha Tiger' (released on Aug 15) garnered about Rs Rs 33 crore at the box office, on the first day of release.
Meanwhile, the Pakistan Censor Board has banned the screening of the film in their country. Earlier, when the trailer of Ek Tha Tiger was released, the Board had banned it claiming that it tarnishes the image of their intelligence agency ISI.
"It is a very unfortunate incident that the film will not be screened there. It does not show Pakistan in bad light," Kabir said.