Some time ago The Tashkent Files was released based on the life of Lal Bahadur Shastri. The next film is coming soon on the name of the Kashmir Files. Now, as the name suggests, the film will be based on the Kashmir issue. The film will be released in August next year. The film on Kashmiri Hindu Pandit was announced by the director some time ago.
Director Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri is directing the film, who directed the film The Tashkent Files. The film was greatly appreciated by the critics and the audience. The low-budget film had just opened Rs 40 lakh, but after that, it did a turnover of Rs 16.75 crore. Vivek has mentioned that this is a subject that needs a lot of research so he will give full time to make it.
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"I wanted to film the Kashmir issue for a long time. After the success of 'The Tashkent Files', I had the confidence and motivation to make the film. I believe I can handle such a sensitive subject. In the 1991 Treasury, many Kashmiri pandas had to leave their homes. There was a lot of violence during this period. The film will show the story of the pain of Kashmiri Pandits and make people aware of their truth." he said.