Movie \u2013 Bangistan Release Year \u2013\u00a0 2015 Country of Origin: India (Bollywood) Languages\u00a0\u2013 Hindustani (Urdu+Hindi), Polish & English (Few Dialogues) Genre \u2013 Comedy Bangistan Review: I am sure by now everyone must have either seen or decided not to see Bangistan at all. And, the reason is obvious Bangistan is a small budget film that even failed to match\u00a0its budget. The critics have literally abused Bangistan everywhere. People have made fun of\u00a0Karan Anshuman's "unique effort". But, if you trust me then Bangistan is not that bad a movie. It is\u00a0a kind of "social experimental" in nature that awfully fails to create any impact on the society. The reason is quite simple to understand. This film has "exaggeration" everywhere in the script. The fact that it stars Ritiesh Deshmukh ( Hafeez Bin Ali\/Ishwarchand Sharma) & Pulkit Samrat (Praveen Chaturvedi\/Allah Rakha Khan) doesn't help the cause either. Story-line & Plot: The movie is about a region called Bangistan that's divided between North (Muslim Majority) & South (Hindu Majority).\u00a0It is a satire on "fundamentalism" that exists in ample form in our present society. There is a conference in Karakow, Poland. The two religious leaders of North & South Bangistan decides to give a message\u00a0of peace for the people of their country. But, some people are not happy with their motive of peace.\u00a0Al Kaam-Tamaam (North Bangistan)\u00a0and Maa Ka Dal of (South Bnagistan) decides to send their "suicide bombers" to the conference.\u00a0Hafeez Bin Ali a Muslim, disguises as Ishwarchand Sharma and\u00a0Praveen Chaturvedi a Hindu, turns himself into Allah Rakha Khan. Coincidently, they both stay at the same place in Karakow. Gradually, both\u00a0explore the truth" about their respective religions from each other. Suddenly, there is a change of heart for Hafeez Bin Ali and he decides to stop Praveen. My Rating & Verdict: I rated Bangistan 7\/10, and felt that it was a good effort by Karan Anshuman. But, it lacked maturity in narration as well as direction. Karan has dealt with a very sensitive topic of "Hindu-Muslim" in a comic way. And, I feel this is the reason it doesn't go down well with viewers. The story too is light and hardly feels intriguing enough. Anyways, if you have some free time and nothing worthy of watching. Then at least give Bangistan a chance. May be you will understand the lesson behind the satire which unfortunately most people didn't... Stay-tuned for many more reviews to follow...!