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Watch: Omani youth's video on 'offensive' Bollywood film goes viral

A youthful Omani man's video has turned into a web sensation (viral) after he left a cinema while watching a Bollywood film that he felt was offensive to Pakistan. 

Abdul Hameed Al Kiyumi took to the social media and recorded a video sharing his perspectives about the film Uri: The Surgical Strike, that is being screened in theaters crosswise over Oman. 


"We simply left the film where we viewed an Indian motion picture called 'The Surgical Strike'. My friends and I were altogether offended by this movie on account of how it affronted the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. I envisioned how it more likely than not felt if a Pakistani was available," the Omani man said in the video. 

"How might you portray Pakistan as a brutal and terrorist country, to embed disdain in the heart of Omanis? We as Omanis have nothing to do with their governmental issues, thus showing the movie in our country is unacceptable," the young fellow included.

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