“Truth Is Most Dangerous Thing”: ‘The Kashmir Files’ Makers Post Amid Row

Lucknow, Mar 20 (ANI): Director of ‘The Kashmir Files’ Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri and actress Pallavi Joshi during a press conference, at Hyatt Hotel in Lucknow on Sunday. (ANI Photo)

“The Kashmir Documents” which portrays the mass migration of Kashmiri Hindus from Kashmir is composed and coordinated by Agnihotri.

A day after Israeli producer Nadav Lapid named his movie a “promulgation”, “The Kashmir Records” chief Vivek Agnihotri in a secretive web-based entertainment post said truth is the most risky thing as it can make individuals lie.
Agnihotri’s response comes after veteran entertainer Anupam Kher, who featured in “The Kashmir Documents”, on Tuesday said truth will continuously best deception.

Lapid had named “The Kashmir Documents” as “misleading publicity film” and “obscene” at the end service of the 53rd Global Film Celebration of India (IFFI) on Monday night in Goa. He had filled in as the director of the worldwide contest jury at the IFFI.

“GM. Truth is the most risky thing. It can make individuals lie. #CreativeConsciousness,” Agnihotri composed on Twitter.

Composed and coordinated by Agnihotri and delivered by Zee Studios, “The Kashmir Records” portrays the departure of Kashmiri Hindus from Kashmir following the killings of individuals from the local area by Pakistan-upheld psychological militants.

Following its Walk 11 delivery, the film was called out for its dangerous legislative issues by a part of pundits and creators, however it performed especially well in the cinema world by printing over ₹ 330 crore.

The film had likewise ignited a discussion among ideological groups after a few BJP-managed states, including Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat, gave it exception from diversion charge.

Likewise featuring Darshan Kumar, Mithun Chakraborty and Pallavi Joshi, the film was displayed as a component of the Indian Scene Segment at the IFFI.

In his discourse at the end function of the 2022 version of the film celebration, Lapid said he was “upset and stunned” to see “The Kashmir Records” being screened at the celebration. The occasion had Kher and Bollywood star Akshay Kumar in participation.

Lapid’s remarks on the film, one of the most discussed movies of the year, started a debate via virtual entertainment with responses pouring from different quarters.

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