Thalapathy Vijay’s most-anticipated film, Beast is over a week away from release. Days ahead of the release, the Kuwait government banned the release of Beast. The film, directed by Nelson Dilipkumar, is a hostage thriller.
Since Beast shows visuals of Islamic terrorism, which is against Kuwait’s interests. Hence, the government decided to ban the film. Earlier, Dulquer Salmaan’s Kurup and Vishnu Vishal’s FIR were banned.
The reason behind the ban could be the terror angle showcased in Beast. The trailer suggested that Beast is a hostage thriller and could have scenes that talk about Islamic terrorism.
Earlier, Dulquer Salmaan’s Kurup and Vishnu Vishal’s FIR were banned in Kuwait. While Kurup showed a criminal taking shelter in their country, FIR spoke about terrorism. Usually, films that show Arab countries as home for terrorists do not get a clean chit in Kuwait.
However, it looks like fans in Kuwait will have to travel to other countries to watch the film.