Bombay High Court dismisses plea to stop release of film ‘The Kashmir Files’.

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Bombay HC dismisses plea to stop release of film ‘The Kashmir Files’.
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Bombay High Court Dismisses Petition Seeking to Stop the Release of Vivek Agnihotri’s Film ‘The Kashmir Files’.

March 9, 2022:: The Bombay High Court dismissed a petition seeking to stop the release of Vivek Agnihotri’s film The Kashmir Files. The film can now be released on its scheduled date of March 11. The film is based on the genocide and exodus of the Kashmiri Hindus in the 1990s due to the Kashmir Insurgency. A public interest litigation was filed in Bombay HC seeking to stall the release of Agnihotri’s film by an Uttar Pradesh man, Intezar Hussain Sayed, perhaps an agent of pro-secessionist Kashmiri block which killed Kashmiri Hindu Pandits ruthlessly and drove them out from Kashmir valley under Islamic conspiracy. His plea stated that the film’s trailer seemed to depict the Muslim community in a bad light and the movie showed a one-sided view of the incident which could trigger violence. But, the Bombay High Court turned down the plea of Intezar Hussain Sayed. And, its a clear defeat of the anti-Hindu Muslim lobby to check the historical truth revealed in Agnihotri’s upcoming film The Kashmir Files.

Official Trailer: The Kashmir Files.

The movie “will not only hurt the religious sentiments of Muslim community but also ignite emotions and inflame members of the Hindu community with clear possibility of triggering violence in all parts of India,” the plea said. It further stated that with the ongoing elections in various states (UP being one of them), the film can be used by political parties to cause communal violence.

‘The Kashmir Files’ stars Anupam Kher, Mithun Chakraborty, Darshan Kumar, Pallavi Joshi and Chinmay Mandlekar. Helmed by Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri, the film revolves around the genocide of Kashmiri Pandits in 1990.

It was earlier slated to release in January but got delayed due to the COVID pandemic. The movie will now hit the theaters on March 11. Coming up under the Zee Studio banner, #TheKashmirFilesTrailer already seen by over 1 crore viewers which told, “32 years later, the emotions & the pain remain the same. Witness the brutally honest story of the Kashmir Genocide”.


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