'Bangistan', starring Riteish Deshmukh and Pulkit Samrat in lead roles, follows the story of a Hindu and a Muslim, who begin as suicide bombers, but later realise the value of secularism.
But the concept of the film, which has been co-produced by Farhan Akhtar, has not gone down well with the censor board of these countries.
"I just got to know that Kuwait and Bahrain have also banned it. Only Oman has cleared the movie. It is a film which does not promote terrorism. It is not anti-religion, it is anti-terrorism. Those, who spread terror, should get offended by the film. It is not anti-government," Ritesh  said.
"It just talks about a fictitious country called Bangistan. On what basis are they banning it, I am clueless. I am completely shocked. They should at least tell me what about the film has hurt them. They are keeping mum."
The producer said his distribution team is in constant touch with censor authorities of these nations. Singapore is also likely to ban the movie.

"My distribution team is in constant touch with authorities in these countries. They say that the movie would be sent to the revising committees. But I don't see the point of it. The film is releasing tomorrow," he said.


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