Fighter: Deepika Padukone And Hrithik Roshan’s Film Banned In Gulf Countries, Reason Inside

Fighter: Deepika Padukone And Hrithik Roshan's Film Banned In Gulf Countries, Reason Inside

The film Fighter is very close to its release. Hrithik Roshan and Deepika Padukone are going to be seen together for the first time in theaters on January 25. Along with Deepika Padukone and Hrithik, Anil Kapoor will also be seen in the film.

Just before the release, the makers have suffered a big setback regarding the film. Fighter has been banned in the Gulf countries. Fighter will be released only in the UAE. Now the big question is why has the film been stopped from releasing in the Gulf country?

Deepika Padukone and Hrithik Roshan’s Fighter is very close to release. The film is getting good reviews from the audience even before its release. The film is also performing record breaking in terms of advance booking. 

Meanwhile, the Censor Board had also used its scissors on some scenes of the film. Amidst the praise the film’s trailer is receiving, the makers have suffered a big blow. The fighter has been banned in all Gulf countries except the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Now let us know why this is so?

Fighter: Deepika Padukone And Hrithik Roshan's Film Banned In Gulf Countries, Reason Inside

Actually, The Gulf Cooperation Council includes countries like Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Oman and the United Arab Emirates. Bollywood films have been liked a lot in many of these countries. 

But, the makers may have to suffer losses due to the release of Hrithik and Deepika’s Fighter. According to Pinkvilla’s report, the film will not be released in Gulf countries. This news is no less than a shock for the makers.

The reason for the film being banned in Gulf countries is being said to be its subject. The story of Fighter depicts the Indian Army carrying out an air strike on Pakistan after a terrorist attack. This story is based on Pulwama attack which will force every Indian to watch the film. 

But, this subject will not be shown in Gulf countries. The film will be released in theaters on January 25, which everyone is waiting to see.

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