The Kalki Koechlin film is now scheduled to release worldwide through non-Indian distribution, Mid Day reports.
Kashyap announced: "My film is releasing in 30 prints in America in non-NRI theatres, and also in Australia, New Zealand, Korea, Scandinavian countries and southern Europe. I have given my film to non-Indian distributors."
The filmmaker had earlier faced difficulties in releasing the project in global markets, as it did not contain bankable Hindi cinema stars.
"Indian distributors who release films abroad basically book theatres. They just buy world rights for a film and they think if the film doesn't have big stars, the audience abroad won't be interested in watching it," added Kashyap.
"They don't even know how to release a film for the non-NRI market. So instead of admitting that they are idiots and they don't know how to do it, they reject a film saying it doesn't have a market abroad."
Koechlin has received critical acclaim for her recent role in Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, alongside Hrithik Roshan, Katrina Kair, Farhan Akhtar and Abhay Deol.