Tells the story of the barbaric plight of Kashmiri Pandits (The Kashmir Files)
Kashmir was once a paradise, today the world is entangled in the struggle.
If you are part of any religious faith, or religion or want to remain silent then your voice is like a nightmare. Kashmir is heaven, which is gone. Terrorism, border tensions and humanitarian crises, separatist movements and struggle for their rights. Today Kashmir is in the middle of this. The Kashmir region used to be a prosperous place, a place with many cultures. The sector is struggling to find a way to stabilize itself amid ever-increasing tensions. The film ‘The Kashmir Files’ is like removing a Band-Aid from a very deep wound. Let’s find out the truth behind the story of this film in less than three hours. There is an old saying: It says that every coin has two sides.
Reads the pages of the past - The Kashmir Files
There are many such tragic incidents that have been recorded in the past, which have not only brought shame to humanity and society, but they have also caused an injury, the traces of which are still intact. The exodus of Hindu Pandits from Kashmir to minorities is an example of a real tragedy in their plight. Kashmir Files Review Kashmir Files Review is one such movie that brings you back emotionally. This shows how the Kashmir Valley of the 1990s was. The film exposes the atrocities committed by terrorists against Kashmiri Pandits. The story tells of pandits who were forced to leave the area at the hands of Islamic terrorists.
Narrates the pain of Kashmiri Pandits - The Kashmir Files
The soil in which your ancestors were born. The garden where you spent your childhood. The roads you walked during your formative years. You had to leave that land, the courtyards, and the roads forever, and live as a refugee within our country. Although it is easy to talk about this pain but it is also a struggle to bear it. The film ‘The Kashmir Files’ is based on the true stories of people who have suffered the brunt of this tragic incident. The people who were called refugees. The film argues that it was not an escape but a brutal massacre that was suppressed due to political motives. Kashmiri Pandits have been living in exile for more than 30 years. Their shops and homes have long been occupied by residents. Kashmiri Pandits are still demanding justice and the main issue is that they should be given respect and acceptance. Interestingly, the pain of these displaced families is shown only once or twice on the screen of the cinema.
Publicly narrates the massacre of Kashmiri Pandits - The Kashmir Files
Vivek Agnihotri’s film focuses on the horror of escape. The film is based on the stories of that time. Based on personal stories of Kashmiri Pandits. The film also discusses the cruelty that was committed by him because of his religious beliefs. It could be the murder of Telecom Engineer BK Ganju inside a barrel of rice and the Nadi Marg massacre, where 24 Kashmiri Pandits were murdered by terrorists dressed in army uniform. The film narrates these tragic events through the eyes of an elderly nationalist Pushkar Nath Pandit (Anupam Kher) and his four close family members and grandson Krishna (Darshan Kumar). The film is the story of the search for truth, even for Krishna, who is unaware of his history.
This painful incident of Kashmir was kept open - in The Kashmir Files.
Removing bandages from old wounds is not the best solution. However, treatment is possible only if the injury is recognized. Vivek Agnihotri never leaves any stone unturned in narrating the brutal incidents within the film. There is no filter on it to reduce its effect. In a situation like this, the content we see on the screen is important and extremely intense. The story is complicated because instead of being plain, he said there is more to it. In such a situation, it is difficult to understand the personality of the story. The film attempts to address a number of issues, such as the comparison of media with lovers of JNU and terrorists and foreign media for being selective in their coverage, long stories from the Indian Army, political wars, Article 370, and mythological stories. to the background. Kashmir has all been woven into the film.
Anup Faner played a tremendous role in The Kashmir Files.
It is certain that the story of Pushkar Nath Pandit and the story of Pushkar Nath can make your eyes water. Then the film gets lost in the middle. It’s too long and doesn’t elaborate well. It appears that there is more chaos, and less understanding. Meanwhile, a sense of conflict also emerges within. The characters continue in a one-sided narrative, which can throw off the balance. After that it seems that all this is just a formality. Anupam Kher has again become the star of acting. He is astonishing in his performance. Watching them on screen and understanding their pain can make you sad. He is perfect as a man in search of his lost home. Pallavi Joshi has also been an influence. As the audience, you are missing what else would have been in store for Pallavi Joshi’s personality. Chinmoy Mandlekar and Mithun Chakraborty have managed to do justice to their roles.