Prakash Raj attended an event where he criticized The Kashmir Files and its producer Vivek Agnihotri. He called it one of the “nonsense” movies and made fun of the people who made it. Prakash Raj also said that the director was in desperate need of an Oscar to make such a movie.
Prakash Raj recently attended an event in Kerala where he criticized The Kashmir Files and its producer Vivek Agnihotri. He called it one of the “nonsense” movies and made fun of the people who made it. Prakash Raj also said that the director was in desperate need of an Oscar to make such a movie. He further added that a creator like him cannot fool people all the time. The Kashmir Files was one of the highest grossing Bollywood movies in 2022.
Prakash Raj pulls files out of Kashmir
Prakash Raj has been vocal in his support for Pathan and has spoken about the ‘Boycott Pathan’ trend multiple times on his official Twitter page. Recently, he participated in the Mathrubhumi International Festival of Letters in Kerala.
at an event in kerala, spoke about Pathan and criticized those who had called for the film to be banned. He said, “They wanted to ban Pathan. He is earning Rs 700 crore. These idiots, fanatics, just want to bark… Those who wanted to ban Pathan, they made Modi’s (PM Narendra Modi) film. They did not run for Rs 30 crore. Only you know.”
The Kashmir Files is a nonsense movie: Prakash Raj
Following this, Prakash Raj lashed out at The Kashmir Files. He said: “The Kashmir Files is one of the rubbish movies, but we know who produced it. The international jury spits on them. The director asks why I’m not going to get an Oscar. He won’t even get a Bhaskar.” . I tell you. “You because there is a sensitive medium. Here you can make a propaganda film. According to my sources, he has invested around 2000 crores to make this kind of film. But you can’t fool people all the time.” Prakash Raj shared the stage with Kabir Bedi, Amitav Ghosh and Sudha Murthy.
all about k files
The Kashmir Files is based on the lives of Kashmiri Pandits during the Kashmiri insurgency in 1990. The film is a true story based on video interviews of the first generation of Kashmiri Pandit community victims of the Kashmiri Genocide. It is a heartbreaking story about the pain, suffering, struggle, and trauma of Kashmiri Pandits that also raises questions about democracy, religion, politics, and revealing facts about humanity.
Directed by Vivek Agnihotri, the film is financed by Tej Narayan Agarwal, Abhishek Agarwal, Pallavi Joshi and Vivek Agnihotri under the banners Zee Studios, IAMbuddha and Abhishek Agarwal Arts. The cast includes Mithun Chakraborty as Brahma Dutt, Anupam Kher as Pushkarnath, Darshan Kumar as Krishna Pandit, Pallavi Joshi as Radhika Menon, Bhasha Sumbly as Shraddha Pandit, Farooq Malik aka Bitta as The cast includes Chinmay Mandlekar (inspired by Farooq Ahmed Dar ), Puneet Issar.