The team behind the film, Samrat Prithviraj, has yet to confirm the news of the film being banned in certain countries. Samrat Prithviraj, a historical drama starring Akshay Kumar and Manushi Chhillar, will not be released in Oman or Kuwait. Because the period film has been outlawed in certain countries.

The film is banned in the countries, according to reliable sources close to the project, and the reason for this has yet to be revealed. While we wait for official confirmation from the film’s team, several sources have revealed the latest information. The film Samarat Prithviraj, which will be released on June 3 in India, tells the story of legendary warrior king Prithviraj Chauhan, who is played by Kumar, and Princess Sanyogita, who is played by Chhillar.

Chandraprakash Dwivedi penned and directed the film, which stars Manushi Chhillar in her Bollywood debut. Earlier, the film was titled Prithviraj. On 27 May, the team changed the title, with the film team writing a letter to Karni Sena, which demanded a change in the film’s name.

Meantime, the stars Akshay Kumar and Manushi Chhillar are neck-deep busy with film promotions that come with historical applicability as the actors go around the country to pay homage to Prithviraj Chauhan at numerous ancient places.

On Wednesday, the film star cast paid tribute at his Delhi Fort Qila Rai Pithora, a fortified complex in the capital. It was the centre point of Prithviraj’s sovereignty. For Akshay Kumar, it is a very similar film, especially for future generations. “What he did and how he did… I was surprised after getting to know his life story. You will not believe he used to talk about women’s empowerment in that era. The film is for our children, and future generations,” the actor stated.