The movie ‘The Kashmir Files’ through its brilliant portrayal of the pain of Kashmiri Pandits have made the popularity of acting legend Amitabh Bachchan look dwarf. On one hand where Vivek Agnihotri’s movie on the genocide of Kashmiri Pandits is breaking all records, Amitabh Bachchan’s movie Jhund struggling to even cross the mark of its budget of 22 crores. Because of the storm of Kashmir Files, no one really cared about the movie of Amitabh Bachchan. No one even noticed when did the movie came and went. The movie is crawling in the box office. The movie of Amitabh Bachchan ‘Jhund’ has been to collect only 14.5 crores in a span of 14 days. On the other hand, The Kashmir files which has no big star is changing the discourse of pop culture.

The KashmirFiles is a Heartwrenching, Poignant,Inconvenient tale of the sufferings of Kashmiri Pandits. A Genocide that was kept under wraps till now by Nehruvian Marxists. It should be noted that the movie could not go for traditional promotion style. But merely through word of mouth, the movie is breaking all records in box office. The movie is made in a moderate budget of The movie collected 87.40 crores worldwide in just 6 days which moves the movie into the blockbuster category. Initially the movie got only 500 screens but now it has been increased significantly by seeing the success of the fim. Now the number of screens stands at 2000. This movie is changing the entire public discourse. It’s the time people are looking at the box office collection of this movie with the same excitement of that of a cricket score. A film that came like an orphan. Much like the Kashmiri Pandits it depicts, nobody cared. Numerous propaganda where operated by nehruvian marxists and Islamists to stop the movie from kissing success but the courage and dedication of the entire team and also the love of Hindus made sure this movie becomes a lifetime movie. The impact of this movie is so big that many states came forward to make this movie tax free which includes, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka, Tripura, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh. The Prime Minister of Bharat Narendra Modi also went up to praise the movie for showing the truth with courage. In Gujarat, A gujarati film which was released last week withdrew from theaters to support The Kashmir Files. It can also be seen that netizens are funding the movie for people who are financially weak. Spielberg, a jew, made Schindler’s List. Polanski, a jew, made Pianist. Kramer, a jew, made Nuremberg. They had a moral duty to not water down the crimes against their community and they didn’t. Same commitment towards Hindu community is being shown by film director Vivek Agnihotri

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