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Vivek Agnihotri Announces “The Kashmir Files Unreported”

After Nadav Lapid's controversial statement on Kashmir Files, filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri has now announced the follow-up of the film, "The Kashmir Files: Unreported".

Amidst ongoing controversy on Nadav Lapid’s statement on The Kashmir Files, filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri has now announced the follow-up of his very popular film, The Kashmir Files. The follow-up of the film will be known by the name The Kashmir Files: Unreported, Vivek stated that the follow-up film will feature the entire truth behind the Kashmir exodus.

Vivek Agnihotri Announces “The Kashmir Files Unreported”

Speaking with AajTak, Vivek announced the follow-up of The Kashmir Files, and said, “I am determined now and I am making an announcement… We have many stories, anecdotes, truths from which we could have made 10 films instead of one. But we decided to make only one film. But now, I have decided that I will bring out the whole truth and its title will be The Kashmir Files Unreported. Aur yeh main isi saal ke andar andar leke aunga, yeh maine aaj drar nishchay karliya hai (I will bring it within this year, I am determined now).”

Talking about Kashmir Files follow-up story Vivek said, “I will let everyone know very soon whether Unreported will be in the form of a web series or documentary. I’ll divulge the entire truth. Now this subject is beyond art and is more about the reputation of this country. It is my moral responsibility that whatever information, proof I have with me and what all people have said, I bring them out and present it in front of people so they know the entire truth.”

All About “The Kashmir Files”

Vivek Agnihotri’s ‘The Kashmir Files’ was released worldwide on 11th March and took the box office by storm. The small-budget film raked over Rs 330 cr at the box office and garnered unparallel love from the audience. The film depicted the exodus of the Kashmiri Pandits from the Kashmir Valley in the 1990s. Before this, Vivek directed ‘The Tashkent Files’ based on the mysterious death of former Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri in 1966.

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