The Kashmir Files chief Vivek Agnihotri has attacked an IAS official who requested him to give the film’s profit for the instruction from Kashmiri Pandits’ youngsters
The Kashmir Files chief Vivek Agnihotri has taken a correspond at IAS official Niyaz Khan after the last option requested that he give all of the film’s income for the schooling of Brahmin kids in Kashmir. Taking to Twitter, Vivek asked Khan for his arrangement so they can talk about how Khan, as well, can assist with the eminence of his books.
As per Khan’s Twitter bio, he has composed seven books. The IAS official tweeted, “Pay of Kashmir Files arrived at 150 crore. Fantastic. Individuals have given a ton of regard for Kashmiri Brahmins’ sentiments. I would regard film maker to move all income to the Brahmin kids’ schooling and development of homes for them in Kashmir. It will be an incredible foundation.”
Vivek answered, “Sir Niyaz Khaan Sahab, Bhopal aa raha hoon 25th ko (I’m coming to Bhopal on the 25th). If it’s not too much trouble, give an arrangement so we can meet and trade thoughts how we can help and how you can assist with the sovereignty of your books and your power as an IAS official.”
Vivek Agnihotri’s The Kashmir Files has arisen as one of the greatest post-pandemic motion pictures. It is administering features, film industry assortments and has made a tempest via web-based entertainment. On Monday night, Vivek Agnihotri took to Twitter and shared a Facebook screen capture of netizens communicating their perspectives about his film.
Without precedent for my life, saw a film in a venue after which the corridor was totally quiet… there were no discussions, No chuckling, simply pin drop quietness… an image of what the film meant for individuals… I had this weight in my heart… nearly gagged commonly,” the virtual entertainment client had composed.
Having something similar, Vivek Agnihotri discussed how the crowd has been more aware to the film than pundits and tweeted, “I have seen that the crowd is definitely more conscious to the casualties of Kashmir Genocide than the pundits. What has been your experience?”