Filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri’s film The Kashmir Files caused a stir. Surrounded by controversy, this film broke box office records. The film shows the pain of the Kashmiri pandits. Now Vivek Agnihotri has filmed The Kashmir Files: Unreported, which will be released on G5 on August 11th. Previously, Vivek had expressed his opinion on films made about Kashmiri pandits and films that glorify terrorism.
Speaking to Aaj Tak, Vivek Agnihotri said that people believe everything they see in movies to be true. Some people even sympathize with terrorists. This is because some such situations are shown in movies. For example, it is shown in films that terrorists were suppressed, which is why they took up arms. Vivek said he doesn’t even deny this because it happens.
Vivek Agnihotri spoke about “The Kashmir files: unreported” and said: “We have collected several videos which are testimonies of the families of the oppressed.” Along with our launch event came the order that these cases should now be resumed. Neelkanth Ganju’s daughter was also present. This is justice
Meanwhile, Vivek Agnihotri spoke about the reopening of the Neelkanth Ganjuwala case. With folded hands, he appealed to the Chief Justice to reopen the case of the Hindu genocide in Kashmir, but the Supreme Court refused. Vivek went on to say, “Now I’m going to ask the Chief Justice to watch my series, he’s going to testify.” Anyway, he said he’s going to retire now too, so go and do his religious work.