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Fighter movie release banned in Gulf countries

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Fighter movie release has been banned in Gulf countries. It is widely known that the India’s first-ever Aerial Action Thriller movie ‘Fighter’, directed by Siddharth Anand, will have Hrithik Roshan and Deepika Padukone in it. It will be released in theaters on January 25th, 2024. The latest news is that Fighter movie release has been banned in Gulf countries.

The film also stars Anil Kapoor, Akshay Oberoi and Karan Singh Grover among others. Hrithik Roshan and Deepika Padukone have never worked together on screen before in Fighter. The film has received decent advance bookings so far, but the Republic Day holiday on Friday is giving it more momentum than the Day 1.

The film, Fighter has been denied release in all Gulf countries, except for the UAE, according to the most recent news. In the UAE the movie passed the censor with PG 15 classification. The GCC Censors have not given the go-ahead to Siddharth Anand and his team.

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On January 10th, 2024, the censor screening took place, and on January 23rd, it was announced that Fighter won’t be released in nearly all Gulf countries. The denial of release is a significant setback for the makers.

Although the exact reason is unknown, it is probable that it was due to something that the censors deemed to be disturbing or objectionable. Usually, films involving elements like terrorism or India — Pakistan conflicts will be banned in Gulf countries. Recently, Salman Khan’s Tiger 3 was banned in Kuwait and Qatar. The fighter’s business loss could range from 500k to 1 million dollars because the GCC Censors have denied clearance in the Gulf countries.

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