The Kashmir Files Movie Review: Vivek Agnihotri’s Film is an Eye-Opener

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The Kashmiri Files Movie Review: the most anticipated movie of the year released this Friday at the Box office The Kashmir Files describe the exodus of Kashmiri pandits who were forced to flee their land. The movie was directed by Tashkent Files director and national award winner Vivek Agnihotri who perfectly depicted the pains and suffering of Kashmiri pandits, Vivek Agnihotri works intelligently on the script and does detailed analysis with strong casting where actor delivered notchy performance and every character played by the actors are so real which take you to the back 1990s. The Kashmiri is a perfect exemplary work periodic drama based on real events, which is try to present the pain of Kashmiri Hindus without any bias of historic events.

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The powerful cast of The Kashmir Files include Mithun Chakraborty as Brahma Dutt IAS, Anupam Kher as Pushkar Nath Pandit, Darshan Kumar as Krishna Pandit,
Pallavi Joshi as Radhika Menon, Chinmay Mandlekar as Farooq Ahmed Dar (Bitta Karate), Prakash Belawadi as Dr. Mahesh Kumar, Puneet Issar as DGP Hari Narain all is national award-winning actors who delivered an unforgettable performance.

The dialogue of the movie is the highest level of the art form with a direct hit straight into your heart, so many emotional scenes, somewhere fans are broke, this will blow the sentiments in the mind of Kashmiri Hindus.

The Jaw-dropping background score increases the level of intensity in the film and not for just a second you cannot blink your eyes to see the harsh reality of the Kashmiri genocide.

The Kashmiri Files get an IMDB Rating of 10. Out of 10, This shows the impact of the movie among the people of India.

If you’re planning to watch a movie this weekend then The Kashmiri Files is a perfect choice which you can watch.

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