Thalapathy Vijay’s fans in Qatar and Kuwait will not be able to catch the animal. The film has been banned in both these countries. Trade analyst Ramesh Bala shared the news on Twitter. This is the second film after Vishal’s FIR to be banned in both these countries. In an exclusive with DNA, he told them that the government is not happy with the terrorist angle of the film and its portrayal. Ramesh Bala said, “In both the films, FIR and Beast, the main villain and his gang belonged to an Islamic terrorist gang, and the film also touches on the subject of (extremist groups) like Al-Qaeda, ISIS… so This is the understanding of both these countries.” Also read- Katrina Kaif showed her cooking skills, made Sunday special breakfast for husband Vicky Kaushal

According to Ramesh Bala, the terror angle does not match with the sentiments of the people of Qatar and Kuwait. Looks like they didn’t approve of it. The Beast’s pre-release buzz is fantastic. The trailer has received an overwhelming response and the songs are creating a buzz. Almathy Habibo’s number is doing wonders on social media. Ramesh Bala said that the first day collection of Thalapathy Vijay’s Beast could be around Rs 60-65 at the global box office. Also Read – Ranbir Kapoor-Alia Bhatt Wedding: Rahul Bhatt Reveals That 200 English Speaking Non-Smoking Bouncers Will Be Deployed For The Event

This movie is coming on 13th April, 2022. It is going to clash with Shahid Kapoor’s Jersey and Yash’s KGF 2. Ramesh Bala told DNA, “The film will earn at least Rs 130 crore worldwide in its first weekend, and will account for 30% of it. Earnings can be expected from the overseas market.” Beast Nelson is directed by Dilipkumar and the action sequences of Thalapathy Vijay have been well received on social media. Also Read – BTS’s RM Talks About Having Kids; They say ‘I was not a very good child for my mother so…’

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