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The Kashmir Files Review: Vivek turns the pages of Kashmir’s tears, you will cry after watching this film.

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The Kashmir Files Review: Vivek turns the pages of Kashmir’s tears, you will cry after watching this film.

Movie Review: The Kashmir Files

Artist: Mithun Chakraborty, Anupam Kher, Darshan Kumar, Pallavi Joshi, Chinmoy Mandlekar, and Prakash Belwadi

Author: Saurabh M Pandey and Vivek Agnihotri

Director: Vivek Agnihotri

Creator: Tej Narayan Agarwal, Abhishek Agarwal, Pallavi Joshi, and Vivek Agnihotri

Rating: 4.5/5

From ‘Buddha in a traffic jam,’ Vivek Agnihotri has caught multiple leaks in Hindi cinema. The director of ‘Hate Story’ and ‘Chocolate’ can have such a change of heart, but it is a saying that it is not a good time, Vivek’s issue is also the same. The Tashkent Files, Vivek’s last film, caught the attention of people around the world. Three years ago, it was a sleeper hit. Vivek has now brought the DNA of the same film into his new film, The Kashmir Files.

This time, rather than exposing the falsehood of the assassination of former Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri covered by the dirty sheet of history, he has revealed the most serious issue of Kashmir. The truth is shocking to the core. Technically, the film is not amazing, but it is awesome. Even all the directors who came out of Kashmir were afraid, to tell the truth.

The Kashmir Files - Photo : Amar Ujala, Mumbai
The Kashmir Files – Photo Source : Amar Ujala, Mumbai

‘The Kashmir Files’ is, in a sense, an attempt to reverse those ‘files’ of history, in which India is the country of the greatest exodus due to our horrific massacres. The Kashmiri Pandits are probably the only community in this country evicted from their homes after independence, and there has been no movement in any part of this country with a population of crores. No matter where big leaders have filled the power of the country is united, from Kashmir to Kanyakumari, this hallmark of its state is frightening.

This story of the film itself begins in some 32 years with a moment which speaks a big thing on the pretext of cricket. What happened in the Valley was painful. Watching him on screen is even more painful. It is very important that the world see this face of terror. In telling the story, there was a risk of becoming a documentary, but one has to play with the risks to bring the truth to light.

The Kashmir Files - Photo Source : Amar Ujala, Mumbai
The Kashmir Files – Photo Source : Amar Ujala, Mumbai

In terms of cinema, this film aspires to be as good as ‘Schindler’s List. The massacre here may not be as horrible as that, but the feeling it evokes is no less horrifying. The Kashmir Files is entirely the work of Vivek Agnihotri. The research of the film is so strong that once it starts, the audience cannot escape it until it ends.

He just stands silently and silently at the end of the credits, not realizing that the entire hall is standing and applauding the work of a director. The film was not given enough canvas for its subject and could have been technically better. Due to the circumstances and the budget in which this film appears to be made, such a high expectation cannot be placed on this film.

The Kashmir Files - Photo Source : Amar Ujala, Mumbai
The Kashmir Files – Photo Source : Amar Ujala, Mumbai

Currently, the Hindi version of a Telugu film is showing on more screens than a Hindi film. The film ‘The Kashmir Files’ made no noise anywhere. Any big celebrity does not support trending before the release of any hashtag. A film like this does its own promotion. Vivek Agnihotri, as a director, has sowed emotion into this film. As a result, he has passed with high numbers in a high-end exam like Chinar because the actors and technicians who have worked with him have done an excellent job.

‘The Kashmir Files’ is also worth watching for the outstanding performances of its cast. Anupam Kher appears in his full color after a long time. A river of pain erupts whenever he appears on screen, taking the audience along with him. After seeing the film, the next year’s National Film Award will undoubtedly be named after him because of his acting. Darshan Kumar has done an amazing job connecting the past with the present. Watch his campus speeches and expressions during this time.

The Kashmir Files - Photo Source : Amar Ujala, Mumbai
The Kashmir Files – Photo Source : Amar Ujala, Mumbai

The acting of Chinmoy Mandlekar also makes the film stand out. Though Uday Singh Mohile’s film may not be technically amazing, he has managed to let the pain of the film slowly seep out with the help of his camera. The film’s duration is its main weakness. The effect can be further enhanced by decreasing the duration of the film. Vivek has worked hard to explain the folk music of Kashmir to the Hindi-speaking audience through the film’s music. Despite this, the music of the film is weak for a mainstream film. Despite all this, the film ‘The Kashmir Files’ proves to be a strong plot-driven film this year.

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