Why Hrithik-Deepika's Fighter Banned In 5 Countries Before Its Release?
Why Hrithik-Deepika's Fighter Banned In 5 Countries Before Its Release?

Mumbai: Hrithik Roshan and Deepika Padukone starrer ‘Fighter’, directed by Siddharth Anand, will release tomorrow, January 25, on the occasion of Republic Day. Meanwhile, shocking news has emerged regarding the film. According to the latest media report, a day before its release, Spy Universe’s movie ‘Fighter’ was banned in five Gulf countries.

This information was provided by film business expert Girish Johar. While giving information on social media, he said that Hrithik Roshan and Deepika Padukone’s film Fighter has been banned. This film will be released only in the United Arab Emirates. In this case, the Censor Board approved the film, giving it a PG-15 rating.

Know what is the reason

Let us tell you that, according to various parameters, the Gulf countries have refused to release those films in which content related to Islamist or extremist, LGBTO and religious themes is presented. The Pulwama attack on Balakot air strike has been shown on the fighter. Furthermore, the terrorist activities taking place in the Srinagar valley have been shown.

Let us tell you that not only Fighter, before this South superstar Thalapathy Vijay’s film ‘Beast’, Prabhas’s ‘Sita Ramam’, Tamil film ‘FIR’ and Mohanlal’s ‘Monster’ have also been banned in the Middle East areas.

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