While many viewers and actors have praised the film “The Kashmir Files,” many big stars have remained silent on the subject, putting them in the crosshairs of the public. However, Aamir Khan’s comments about the film are making headlines at the moment. Actually, Aamir Khan was a guest on the promotional event for S.S. Rajamouli’s film ‘RRR,’ and during the conversation, he mentioned Vivek Agnihotri’s film ‘The Kashmir Files.’ Kashmir Files is something I’ll definitely watch.
Apart from Jr NTR, Ram Charan, and Alia Bhatt, the cast of the film ‘RRR’ had arrived in Delhi for the film’s promotion. Aamir Khan joined these artists on stage, and the three of them thoroughly entertained the audience. Aamir Khan was also asked about the film ‘Kashmir Files,’ to which he replied, ‘I will definitely watch Kashmir Files, because they are such an important part of our history, which hurts our hearts.’
Anupam Kher’s Mother: After watching The Kashmir Files, Anupam Kher’s mother narrated the storey of her younger brother and became emotional.
‘Every Indian should watch this.’
Many things about this film have been openly stated by him. ‘What happened in Kashmir with the Kashmiri Pandits is unquestionably a source of great sadness,’ he said. Every Indian should see a film like this, and every Indian should remember how it feels when a human being is tortured.
Why did the director of ‘The Kashmir Files,’ Vivek Agnihotri, have to provide Y category security?
‘Everyone’s emotions have been touched by this film.’
“This film has touched the emotions of every person who believes in humanity,” he continued, “and that is its beauty.” Aamir Khan also stated, “I will undoubtedly watch this film, and I am delighted that it has been a success.”
Let us remind you that the incident of 1990 was depicted in Vivek Agnihotri’s film “The Kashmir Files,” in which a large number of Hindus migrated from Kashmir. This film featured many great actors such as Anupam Kher, Darshan Kumar, Mithun Chakraborty, Bhasha Sumbali, and Pallavi Joshi. At the box office, the film is causing a lot of anxiety.