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The Kashmir Files

Both humanity and society also gave such a wound, whose traces are still found today. The exodus of minority Hindu Pandits from Kashmir, their plight is one such true tragedy. 'The Kashmir Files Review ' is a film that wakes you up emotionally. It shows the Kashmir Valley of the 1990s. Shows the atrocities of terrorists on Kashmiri Pandits. Tells the story of Pandits being forced to flee their homes by Islamic terrorists.


The acting of the actors has taken this film to a new height. Although Anupam Kher has won the hearts of the audience many times with his acting, in this film, Anupam Kher played the character of Pushkar Nath Pandit in such a way that the audience will be surprised. He once again proved that he is the most brilliant versatile actor in the film industry. At the same time, Mithun Chakraborty has also done full justice to his character. As a student leader, Darshan Kumar performed very effectively.

At the same time, talking about Pallavi Joshi, he got the National Award for Best Supporting Actor for 'The Tashkent Files', and once again he proved that he is a strong contender for the award for 'The Kashmir Files' as well. Here also would like to praise the acting of Chinmay, who has left an indelible mark on the screen as Farooq Ahmed. Apart from these, the rest of the actors have also done full justice to their character.


The soil on which you were born. The courtyard in which your childhood was fed. The streets where you spent your youth. Had to leave that soil, that courtyard, and those streets forever, living life like a refugee in our own country. As easy as it is to mention this pain, it is equally difficult to bear it. 'The Kashmir Files' is based on true stories of such people who have suffered the brunt of that tragedy. Those who were called refugees. 

The film makes an argument that it was not just an escape, but a barbaric massacre, which was suppressed for political reasons. These people have been living in exile for almost 30 years, their homes and shops have now been occupied by the local people for so long. Kashmiri Pandits still expect justice and the most important thing is that they have their respect, They should be recognized. It is interesting that so far the pain of these displaced families has been depicted only a few times on the cinematic screen.


Whatever ideology you belong to, faith or pain, suppressing one's voice is like a nightmare. Kashmir is that heaven, which is lost somewhere. Terrorism, border tension, humanitarian crisis, separatist movement, and a fight for itself. Today Kashmir is busy with this. Kashmir, which was once prosperous, where there were many cultures together. 

But now this disputed area is immersed in a struggle to stabilize itself amid ever-increasing tension. 'The Kashmir Files' is like removing a Band-Aid from a wound that is too deep. Let's try to reach the truth on the pretext of this film in less than three hours. But there is an old saying that every coin has two sides.

This film by Vivek Agnihotri reviews the tragedy of escape. It is based on the reports of that period. Based on my own story told by Kashmiri Pandits. The film also talks about the cruelty that happened to him because of religion. 

Be it the killing of Telecom Engineer BK Ganju in a barrel of rice or the Nadi Marg massacre, where 24 Kashmiri Pandits were killed by terrorists dressed in army uniform. The film traces these true events through the eyes of an aging nationalist, Pushkar Nath Pandit (Anupam Kher), his four best friends, and his grandson Krishna (Darshan Kumar). It turns out to be the story of the search for truth even for Krishna, oblivious to his past.


Removing bandages from old wounds is not the solution. But treatment is also possible only when the injury is accepted. Vivek Agnihotri has not hesitated anywhere in depicting the barbaric incidents in the film. Nor has any filter been put on it, so that its effect can be reduced. In such a situation, whatever we see on the screen, is very serious and also intense. 

The story is a bit complicated because instead of just being flat, he said – it has more to say. In such a situation, you are not able to connect with the character of the film. The film tries to cover many issues, including JNU, comparing media with mistresses of terrorists, accusing foreign media of selective reporting, Indian Army, political warfare, Article 370, and mythological From the stories to the ancient history of Kashmir, everything is put together in the film.


Surely, Pushkar Nath Pandit and his story make your eyes moist. But then the film gets lost somewhere. It seems to be too long, which lacks details. It seems that there is more chaos and less context. Meanwhile, a sense of disagreement also arises in you. The characters move on with a one-sided story, which upsets the balance. Then it seems that all this is just a formality.


Anupam Kher has once again done great acting. He stuns with his performance. Seeing them on the screen, understanding their pain makes you feel sore. He is perfect as a man longing for his lost home. Pallavi Joshi has been equally influential. As a viewer, you miss the fact that there should have been something else in the character of Pallavi Joshi. Chinmoy Mandlekar and Mithun Chakraborty have done justice to their respective roles.

Vidhu Vinod Chopra had earlier brought the romantic drama 'Shikara' on the exodus of Kashmiri Pandits and that tragedy. Then he was criticized a lot that he did not focus much on the pain of Kashmiri Pandits in the film. However, that film takes you very close to their culture, their state of pain and despair. But Vivek Agnihotri doesn't do that. He also boldly shows that pain and puts politics and extremism at the forefront of it. The pain of being homeless from his house keeps moving in the background of the film.

The Kashmir files dialogue

Politics ka bass Ek hi ant hai.
Vinash… maut… maut
ke darr se mai bhi
kayar ban jau…

Ye sataye huye log
guns en uthayenge. Sir.
kashmiri pandito ne to
kabhi koi bandook nahi uthai. Kyo?

Raat tak kashmir chod kar
jane ko kaha hai.

Kashmir jal rha hai.
khuleaam kashmiri hinduo ka
katleaam ho rha hai.

jhan shiv sarswati
rishi kashyap huye
Wo kashmir hamara tha
jhan panchtantra likha gya
wo kashmir hamara tha
tu janta hi kya hai kashmir ke bare mein

Desh ki takdeer wahi
badal sakta hai jiske paas
ye power hai, political power.

but what?
kashmiri pandito ko wapas
apne ghar kashmir jane ka
mauka milega, Is this justice?

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