Vivek Agnihotri talks about his upcoming project and says ‘I’m looking to release it on…’

Mumbai: Khul Ke, launched by Loktantra Mediatech Pvt Ltd, is a social media platform that allows users to express themselves freely through targeted conversations that matter.

During a roundtable on the platform for the series ‘Kashmir Konversations’ between noted Kashmir activist Sushil Pandit and acclaimed director Vivek Agnihotri, the discussion shed light on one of the worst human tragedies in Indian history and on Vivek’s upcoming projection.

About his upcoming project, the filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri said: “Our web series is currently in production. The seven or eight episode series will try to describe and depict the history and political conflicts. We produce the document ourselves. I am looking for a release on or before August 15, next year.”

Filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri’s film ‘The Kashmir Files’ had caused much controversy for its portrayal of the 1990 exodus of Pandit from the Kashmir Valley, with many disputing the version of the ‘truth’.

Speaking about the controversy surrounding his latest film, ‘The Kashmir Files’, Vivek Agnihotri said: “It’s a collective failure, a collective embarrassment and a collective guilt. Every person, every judge, every chief justice, everyone in the country who currently in power or was in power, whether right-wing or left-wing, green or orange flag supporters, are responsible for this.”

“Hamare liye jo sangya istemaal ki jaati hai wo migrant ki hai. This only makes the injury worse. Ye genocide ke bad usper ek aur ghaav, ek aur genocide jaisa hai,” added Sushil Pundit.

The movie ‘The Kashmir Files’ was released on March 11 this year and was loved and appreciated by both audience and critics.

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