The Hindi film ‘The Kashmir Files’ about the exodus of Hindus from the Kashmir Valley will be banned in Singapore as the film is deemed to fall outside the scope of local film rating guidelines. This was said in a news item on Monday. The Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA), in a joint statement with the Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth, and the Ministry of Home Affairs, said authorities have found the Hindi film to be beyond the standards of Singapore movie rating. guidelines.

Officials told Channel News Asia: “The film is not rated due to its one-sided and provocative portrayal of Muslims and the persecution of Hindus in the conflicts in Kashmir.”

After causing a sensation at the box office, now the movie ‘The Kashmir Files’ will be released on May 13 on OTT in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Kannada languages. So far, the film has done a huge business of Rs 252.50 crore in the country. Although there was a controversy regarding the film, a large number of people came to the cinema to see it. The movie dominated the box office for a long time and many major movies had to suffer for it.

The film is written and directed by Vivek Agnihotri. The film stars Anupam Kher, Mithun Chakraborty, Pallavi Joshi, Bhasha Sumbali, and Darshan Kumar in the lead roles. The film is produced by Zee Studios and Tej Narayan Agarwal, Abhishek Agarwal, Pallavi Joshi, and Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri.

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