South actor Prakash Raj has taunted Vivek Agnihotri, the director of ‘The Kashmir Files’, saying that he will not get Oscar or even Bhaskar. In fact, Prakash recently attended the Mathrubhumi International Film Festival of Letters in Kerala. During this, he vented his anger about ‘The Kashmir Files’. He criticized the film and called it a rubbish film.
Prakash Raj said at the event, ‘The Kashmir Files is one of the most nonsense and rubbish films, but we know who produced it. Even the International Jury spit on him. They are still shameless. The director of this film is asking why I am not getting Oscar? He won’t even get Bhaskar.’ Prakash Raj further said, ‘I tell you because we have sensitive media too. You are making a propaganda film here. According to my sources, he has invested 2000 crores just to make this kind of film, but you can’t fool people all the time.’
Last year, Israeli filmmaker Nadav Lapid, at the closing ceremony of the 53rd International Film Festival of India, described ‘The Kashmir Files’ as a vulgar and propaganda film. He had said that we were disturbed and surprised to see this film. This film is not suitable for such a prestigious film festival. After this statement of Lapid, the director of the film Vivek Agnihotri gave an open challenge to everyone.
He had said that if a single dialogue or a single scene of Kashmir Files turns out to be false, he will stop making films. At the same time, he also said that Yasin Malik is rotting in jail after confessing his atrocities, so is this propaganda and vulgar talk? The film ‘The Kashmir Files’ is one of the most successful post-pandemic films to be released in India. Was. The film, which was released on March 11 this year, is based on the exodus of Kashmiri Pandits from the Kashmir Valley in the year 1990. The film earned over Rs 330 crore at the box office. In this film, stars like Anupam Kher, Pallavi Joshi and Mithun Chakraborty have played lead roles.