‘The Kashmir Files’ from director Vivek Agnihotri was a huge box office success. The film is based on the atrocities perpetrated against Kashmiri Pandits in 1990. The actual situation shown in the film caused a lot of controversy. But overcoming all that, the film fell in love with the public. The film has also been screened on the OTT platform. Now director Vivek Agnihotri has made a big statement on the occasion of an event.
In an attempt to launch a new venture, Vivek launched a music show called ‘Sounds of the Kashmir Files’. The event took place in a theater. The audience heard two important stories from Kashmiri Pandit in the voices of Pallavi Joshi and Darshan Kumar. Everyone sitting in the theater at the time had tears in their eyes. This has been revealed by Vivek himself. He too has made an important decision.
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What decision did director Vivek Agnihotri make?
“The Kashmir Files is not just a film but a mission for me. We are trying to convey the injustice done against the people living in Kashmir to the audience through every art. We shot this film for the first time in India and made a new experiment with a musical theater program called ‘Sounds of the Kashmir Files.’ what happened in Kashmir”. This was stated by Vivek during the program.
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The film stars Anupam Kher, Mithun Chakraborty, Pallavi Joshi, and Darshan Kumar in the lead roles. Meanwhile, Vivek Agnihotri has now started work on his next movie ‘Delhi Files’. The movie ‘The Delhi Files’ will be based on the true story of a crime in Delhi.