Vivek Agnihotri is in the headlines these days. In fact, his directorial film The Kashmir Files is in a lot of discussions these days. Everyone is loving this film and the film is being liked a lot. Let us tell you all that this film has earned about 80 crore rupees in its 6-day business. At the same time, a crowd of people is being seen in the theatres to see the film. In an interview between all of them, Vivek Agnihotri told himself that he had come in contact with Naxalites.
Yes, in a conversation with a famous website, he has revealed this. He said, "In the process of seeing the shortcomings, we forget to see the goodness of the people. In this affair, I myself became a Naxalite. When I studied in Bhopal, I used to do creative dramas and debates. and came in contact with people of Naxal ideology. He further said 'One is that such people are formed after reading Marx, while the second is that whatever you see around us, tell it wrong. The thinking of the youth, they think that what they think is right. Vivek Agnihotri said that humanity comes not by talking about humanity, but by showing humanity.'
Talking about the meeting with the Prime Minister, he said, "I told PM Modi that we do not consider our cinema as a part of our culture. I want to use Kashmir files for soft power.'' Let us tell you all that on March 12, director Vivek Agnihotri, his wife and actress Pallavi Joshi and the film's producer Abhishek Agarwal met Prime Minister Narendra Modi. At the same time, PM Modi also praised The Kashmir Files film a lot.