The Kashmir Files Smashes the Box office
Since its premiere, Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri’s ‘The Kashmir Files,’ starring Anupam Kher, Darshan Kumaar, Pallavi Joshi, and Mithun Chakraborty, has been on a record-breaking streak. ‘The Kashmir Files,’ based on the killings of Kashmiri Pandits in the Kashmir valley in the early 1990s, has surprised movie fans with its hard-hitting realistic content.
The Kashmir Files is not just a film; it is a feeling of Kashmiri Hindus who were a part of this tragedy. Nobody expected Vivek Agnihotri to recount the awful tragedy of Kashmir and Kashmiris honestly. The movie essentially tries to explain a truly sad period in Indian history – the growth of militancy in Kashmir, indiscriminate murders, and the migration of Kashmiri Pandits.
Earning of ‘The Kashmir Files’:
The movie has done exceptionally well at the box office. According to the report, the film’s lifetime earnings will be in the region of Rs. 250 crore. The Delhi and Uttar Pradesh circuits are expected to generate the most business. According to the report, the picture will compete with blockbusters like ‘Sultan’ and ‘War’ in those circuits.
The following are the collections of ‘The Kashmir Files’ to date:
First Week – 96,14,00,000.
Second Week – 1,07,68,00,000.
Third Week – 29,59,00,000.
Fourth Week – 8,25,00,000 approx.
TOTAL – 2,41,66,00,000 approx.
Some Important Fact Regarding the movie:
The film’s popularity could be attributed in large part to India’s ruling Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). While the Indian government did not sponsor the film’s creation, it has been hailed by several notable politicians, with some BJP-ruled states eliminating ticket taxes and others providing police officials and government employees time off to watch it.
Even Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who has previously been chastised for neglecting to condemn violence against Muslims, has expressed support for the film. During a parliamentary hearing in New Delhi in March, he said there was a “effort to disparage” the film before thanking the director for “telling the truth.”
Even after 31 years and the repeal of laws that substantially contributed to the genocide, India has no answer to bring them back because it lacks the guts to confront the reality of Islamist fundamentalism and the bravery to dismantle terror infrastructure. Worse, even after 31 years, their tale is rarely discussed freely in India, whereas any tiny occurrence that portrays Hindus negatively becomes a loud noise campaign.
Vivek Agnihotri and Pallavi Joshi, filmmakers, have resolved to change that. They have done what India has not done in 31 years: they have shown the true face of the Kashmiri Hindu genocide in their film, The Kashmir Files, which has been shown in various locations in the United States. The film’s breadth and depth of coverage of the Kashmiri Hindu genocide, while remaining sensitive to the audience’s ability to bear it, is an achievement in and of itself.
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