Director Vivek Agnihotri's film 'The Kashmir Files' is making a lot of money in theaters these days. Everyone is praising the film and calling the film the best. The film is getting a great response from the audience. Many people are tying the pool of praise of the film on social sites. However, making a serious film like 'The Kashmir Files' was not an easy task. Let us tell you that three days have passed since the release of the film and still all its shows are running housefull. On the other hand, Vivek Agnihotri and his wife and actress Pallavi Joshi reached PVR Cinema of Star Mall, Gurugram on Sunday. As soon as he came here, the fans surrounded him.
After that he talked to the people inside the hall for some time and later came out. During this, Vivek told that Surendra Kol of the Kashmiri Pandit community had met him in Houston, USA. He had asked whether the pain of his community would ever reach the people with honesty. After that he decided to make a film. At the same time, he said that he took advice from wife Pallavi, then the wife said that when the soldiers of the country can protect all of us with bravery, then why can't we serve the country with our art. After that film production started with this enthusiasm. Let us tell you that the film is the result of almost four years of hard work. Shooting could not be done in the middle of the Corona period for two years. At the same time, Vivek told that when he reached Kashmir to shoot, Dal Lake was completely frozen there. Barely shot.
Although after this there was a problem with people's protests and the performance of the film, but when the audience's love was received, all the tiredness went away. With this, Vivek told that he worked hard for the audience only. On the other hand, Pallavi also spoke to the women. Let their pain go. During this some women started crying after meeting him. Pallavi Joshi told that during the production of the film she also had to face a fatwa which was issued against her and husband Vivek Agnihotri. This fatwa was issued on the last day of shooting in Kashmir. At the same time, Vivek Agnihotri also told that he had received many threats because of making 'The Kashmir Files'.