Why was a film not made on the exodus of Bangladeshi Hindus? Taslima Nasreen said after watching Kashmir files

New Delhi: Noted author Taslima Nasreen has watched the film 'The Kashmir Files' depicting the reality of the gruesome massacre of Kashmiri Hindus. Taslima has tweeted about how she feels after watching the film. She has also raised questions about Bangladeshi Hindus. Taslima Nasreen says Kashmiri Pandits should get back their right to live in Kashmir.

Taslima Nasreen tweeted, "Saw The Kashmir Files today. If the story is 100 per cent true, something is not exaggerated, no half-baked truth is shown, then it is a very sad story and Kashmiri Pandits should get back their right to live in Kashmir. I don't understand why no one made a film when Bangladeshi Hindus were expelled from Bangladesh." If we talk about the box office collection of 'The Kashmir Files', the movie has crossed the Rs 100 crore mark. The film is making a splash at the box office in India and all over the world. It is estimated that the film will cross the Rs 125 crore mark. It's only been a week since the film's release and its screens have been added drastically. It is believed that in the second week also this film will make big records.

This film is being appreciated all over the country. Many viewers are getting emotional after watching the film. There are many also sharing their experiences and stories. PM Narendra Modi had also praised 'The Kashmir Files'. She also congratulated director Vivek Agnihotri and actor Anupam Kher for putting the truth in front of the audience. Some states in India have also made the film 'The Kashmir Files' tax-free. 

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