Actor-director Kamal Haasan, met the media in Chennai on Wednesday. He appeared disappointed at the film not being able to hit theatres and said,
'I fail to realise how a film based in Afghanistan can be derogatory or otherwise insulting for Muslims in India. India has been known as a secular State, but what is happening is not right for its people, for its future.'
Kamal said that he had pledged his house and other property in Chennai and further pointed out that he and his brothers were losing crores on the venture due to the protests and the ban.
'If I cannot find a secular place in India, then I will find it in some other country. I will seek a living in that place or abroad,' he added.