The Kashmir Files Movie Telegram Channel Link 2022

The Kashmir Files Movie Telegram Channel Link 2022

Sometimes propaganda can feel like first love. Both elicit unique – and searing – emotions. Both seem like worlds unto themselves. Both function as secret portals into different dimensions: You haven’t heard, seen, or felt anything like this before. It can be empowering; it can be addictive. But unlike first love, propaganda happens again – and again and again. But if at all – in the country of Godi media, WhatsApp disinformation, and know-it-all uncles – you want some more propaganda, then head to the nearest theatre for The Kashmir Files. Because if alternate reality moves you in the same way that first love did, then this 170-minute film will make you feel like a Yash Chopra hero.

Directed by Vivek Agnihotri, the movie broadly alternates between two timelines, 1990 and 2016 onwards, depicting two versions – two villains – of the country. If the one set in the past, in Kashmir, features “terrorists”, then the one in the present, in a Delhi college named ANU, features “students, intellectuals, professors, and media”. The terrorists storm the house of a local teacher, Pushkar Nath Pandit (Anupam Kher), in 1990, murdering his son. The contemporary period revolves around his gullible grandson, Krishna (Darshan Kumar), an ANU student, who is ignorant about his family’s – his country’s – past, looking up to a professor, Radhika Menon (Pallavi Joshi), fixated on freeing Kashmir.

The Kashmir Files Movie Telegram Channel Link 2022

Many false things have been shown in ‘The Kashmir Files’ movie

Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah hit out at Vivek Agnihotri’s ‘The Kashmir Files’, accusing the maker of showing falsehood in the film based on the exodus of Kashmiri Pandits from the Valley in 1990.

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“The makers should clarify whether it is a documentary or a film. If this is a documentary then it is obvious that whatever is shown is true. But the makers say that it is a film based on reality,” he said during a briefing in Kulgam.

“Many false things have been shown in ‘The Kashmir Files’ movie. When the Kashmiri Pandits left the valley, Farooq Abdullah was not the chief minister. Jagmohan was the governor of Jammu and Kashmir. VP Singh’s government was at the Centre, supported by the BJP,” Abdullah said.

“Why wasn’t VP Singh’s government and BJP showed in the film. It is not right to play with facts. We condemn the killings of Kashmiri Pandits. But didn’t Kashmiri Muslims and Sikhs lose their lives?” the former chief minister said.

Later, Abdullah took to Twitter to reiterate his statement. “The pain & suffering of 1990 & after can not be undone. The way Kashmiri Pandits had their sense of security snatched from them & had to leave the valley is a stain on our culture of Kashmiriyat. We have to find ways to heal divides & not add to them.”

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Facts About The Kashmir Files:

The film’s director called it the truth of Kashmir and tries all this heart and soul to depict the Nadimarg massacre in 2003, when a total of 24 Kashmiri pandits were killed.

But Agnihotri wrongly puts out the fact that Ganjoo was also killed during that period of crisis.

The film also brought in focus the dark moments such as the killing of 4 Indian Air Force officers by the members of the Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF).

On watching the film, one can see a terrorist involved- inspired by JKLF members Farooq Ahmed Dar and Yasin Malik. Farooq, whose role is played by Chinmay Mandlekar confessed on camera that he is behind the killing of 20 Kashmiri Pandits during the 1990s.

The film, however, shows Farooq’s involvement in the Nadimarg massacre which had in real involved another terrorist named Zia Mustafa from an altogether separate terrorist group. In the truth depiction by Agnihotri, the film tried to defame the Jawaharlal Nehru University at Delhi by showing the institution as an anti-national and terror-friendly university.

The film has portrayed the institution as one of the primary reasons for the Kashmiri pandits displacement and it has also blamed on Rajib-Gandhi-led government at the national capital.

This much-needed narrative of Kashmiri pandit though brings out the truth but it is mingled with facts by blaming some of the politicians, ignoring the rest of the period of unrest in the 1990s in Jammu & Kashmir, and defaming the University of JNU.

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