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

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The Kashmir Files – The different leaks that Vivek Agnihotri has caught in Hindi cinema as a director from ‘Buddha in a Traffic Jam’ is getting thicker day by day. Who can think that the director who made ‘Chocolate’ and ‘Hate Story’ can have such a change of heart, but that proverb is not a good idea, the issue of Vivek is also the same. Vivek caught the attention of people around the world with his last film ‘The Tashkent Files.
The film was a sleeper hit three years back. Vivek has now brought the DNA of the same film in his new film ‘The Kashmir Files’. The last time he tried to expose the reality of the assassination of former Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri covered by the dirty sheet of history, this time he has unmasked the most serious problem of Kashmir. Whatever comes in front is shocking to the inside. People can say that the film is not technically amazing, But the awesomeness of this film is its truth. The truth that even all the directors who came out of Kashmir could not show the courage to tell.
  Movie Review   The Kashmir Files
  artist   Darshan Kumar, Mithun Chakraborty, Anupam Kher, Pallavi Joshi, Chinmay Mandlekar and Prakash Belwad
  Author   Saurabh M Pandey and Vivek Agnihotri
  the director   Vivek Agnihotri
  the creator   Tej Narayan Agarwal, Abhishek Agarwal, Pallavi Joshi and Vivek Agnihotri

The film ‘The Kashmir Files’ is in a way an attempt to reverse the ‘Files’ of history, in which India is the story of the biggest exodus due to the horrific massacres in the country. Kashmir Pandit is probably the only community in the country that has been evicted from their home after independence and there has been no movement in any part of this country with a population of crores.

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From Kashmir to Kanyakumari, where big leaders have been filling the power of the country being united time and again, this hallmark of its condition can make any person shudder. Starting some 32 years ago, this story of the film itself begins with a moment which speaks a big thing on the pretext of cricket. What happened in the Valley has been painful. It is even more painful to see him on screen.

This is such a face of terror that it is very important to show the whole world. There was also a danger of it becoming a documentary in telling the story, but one has to play with the dangers to bring the truth.

In terms of cinema, this film tries to reach ‘Schindler’s List. The massacre here may not be like that, but its horrific and gruesome feeling is nothing less than that. The film ‘The Kashmir Files’ is completely Vivek Agnihotri’s film. The research of the film is so strong that once the film starts, the audience cannot get out of it till the end.
At the end of the credits, he just stands silently and silently and does not realize that the entire hall is standing and applauding the work of a director. The complaint may be that the film could not get the canvas detail for its subject and the film should have been technically better. But, in the circumstances and the budget in which this film appears to be made, no such expectation should be expected from this film.

The harsh reality of cinema these days is that the Hindi version of a Telugu film is being shown on more screens than a Hindi film. There was no noise about the film ‘The Kashmir Files’. There is no support of any big celebrity in trending any kind of hashtag before release. This film does its own promotion. As a director, Vivek Agnihotri has sown emotion and reaped the feeling in this film. He has passed with high numbers in a high-end exam like Chinar, simply because the actors and technicians who have worked shoulder to shoulder with him have done a commendable job in the film.

The film ‘The Kashmir Files’ should also be seen for the excellent performance of its cast. Anupam Kher is seen in his full color after a long time. Whenever he comes on screen, A river of pain erupts and takes the audience away with it. His acting in the film is such that after watching it, the next year’s National Film Award is bound to be named after him.

Darshan Kumar has done a wonderful job of connecting the past with the present. His campus speeches and his expressions during this time are worth watching. Chinmoy Mandlekar’s acting is another strong link in the film. Technically, the film may not be very amazing, but Uday Singh Mohile has managed to let the pain of the film slowly leak out with the help of his camera. The film’s duration is its weakest link.
Its effect can be further enhanced by reducing the duration of the film. The film’s music draws inspiration from the folk of Kashmir and Vivek has worked hard to explain it to the Hindi-speaking audience. The music of the film, however, is weak for a mainstream film.

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