Actress Katrina Kaif, whose "Phantom" has been banned in Pakistan, says such is the subject of their upcoming film that they expected problems in its release in Pakistan.
Jamat-ud-Dawah chief Hafiz Saeed has filed a petition in the Lahore High Court seeking a ban on the film's release in Pakistan, alleging that it contains "filthy propaganda" against his country.
"It is logical that Pakistan will have problem with this film. A person is doing wrong and the country is not doing wrong. One of the villains in the film may be from Pakistan but that doesn't mean Pakistan is a villainous country," Katrina said.
"He (Kabir) feels the country has suffered and not that the country is bad. There is a lot of conflict and upheaval between the two countries so there will be stories on it."
The actress said despite being a fictional take on the 26/11 terror incident but it has got its facts right. "There is a very important track of Pakistan in the film... About someone who is in Pakistan. I think we are not here to preach. We are here to make an amazing story. But it has got its facts and base in right place."