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The film follows the lives of two blundering terrorists on a mission to change the world. The young guns with lofty ideologies but ordinary talent keep pace with a series of serendipitous high-energy, fast-paced, and exceptionally entertaining events that have a huge impact on world peace.


“Not a bang for your buck!”

Bangistan Credit & Casting

Riteish Deshmukh

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  • Gross: INR 5.34 cr.
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Bangistan is the story of two good for nothing’s living on opposite sides of a fictional country known Bangistan. Starring Riteish Deshmukh and Pulkit Samrat, Bangistan does have a few original ideas. However, marketed as a satire, it doesn’t deliver on that front convincingly. It takes itself way too seriously and there’s distinct lack of laughs to be had. The funny scenes are indeed quite amusing, but there aren’t nearly enough of them.


Two extremely religious youths are hired as suicide bombers. Pravin and Hafiz are from opposite sides of Bangistan and are asked to become a muslim and hindu respectively to bomb a convention in Poland. Through a completely unexpected and inconceivable twist of fate, they end up sharing rooms in a cheap hotel. They do their best to maintain appearances and make sure their cover isn’t blown, but somehow, a local cop latches onto their trail and suspects that something is going to happen.


Bangistan isn’t a terrible movie, but it is an extremely disappointing one. It had an interesting idea and didn’t do nearly enough with it. There’s a few gags here and there, but as a supposedly funny movie, their rarity shows a serious lack of oversight. Bangistan ends up being a typical preachy mess that no really likes or wants to listen to. There’s really no need to see this one.

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