Filmmaker Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri has responded to actor-politician Prakash Raj’s current assertion on The Kashmir Files, and claimed his movie has given “sleepless nights to urban naxals”. Prakash had lately mocked Vivek’s claims of the movie having a stake at successful an Oscar award. In his response to Prakash’s assertion, Vivek additionally referred to as the actor ‘Andhakar’ (darkness, the opposite of the actor’s identify Prakash). (Also learn: Prakash Raj says ‘boycott Pathaan’ gang are ‘simply barking, they do not chunk’)
Vivek tweeted Thursday morning, “A small, people’s film #TheKashmirFiles has given sleepless nights to #UrbanNaxals so much that one of their Pidi is troubled even after one year, calling its viewer’s barking dogs. And Mr. Andhkaar Raj, how can I get Bhaskar, she/he is all yours. Forever.”
During his session on the lately held Mathrubhumi International Festival of Letters in Kerala, Prakash Raj spoke about The Kashmir Files. Calling it a nonsense movie, Prakash stated, “The Kashmir Files is one of the nonsense films, but we know who produced it. Shameless. International jury spit on them. They are still shameless. The other fellow, the director is still telling, ‘Why I am not getting Oscar?’ He will not even get a Bhaskar.”
Vivek had additionally posted a video in response through which he stated, “I challenge all these urban naxals and the legendary filmmaker who came from Israel that if they can prove any single shot, event or dialogue is not completely true, then I will quit filmmaking. Who are these people who stand up against India every time? These are the same people who never allowed Moplah’s and Kashmir’s truth to come out.”
Directed by Vivek, The Kashmir Files was among the many highest-grossing films of 2022 and it confirmed the story of Kashmiri Hindus’ exodus from Kashmir within the Nineteen Nineties. The movie was written by Vivek and featured Mithun Chakraborty, Pallavi Joshi, Anupam Kher, Darshan Kumar amongst others. Pallavi Joshi was additionally one of many co-producers together with Zee studios.
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