The kashmir files movie review: Vivek turns the pages of the wounds of Kashmiri Pandits ‘The Kashmir Files’


The Kashmir Files, directed by Vivek Agnihotri, is being liked by the audience tremendously. There is a tsunami of praise for the film on the internet. Can’t remember when the audience has been so vocal about a film. Some viewers even believe that through the film, terrorism in the Kashmir Valley, the widespread genocide of Hindu-Sikhs, the then politics and exodus of Kashmiri Pandits and becoming refugees in their own country, for the first time, a director has made an impressive approach as Vivek. I have the courage to show the truth. The truth that is in its form. People are supporting the film so much that outside the ticket window of The Kashmir Files, there is a crowd of crowds.

The Kashmir Files is said to be made in just less than 14 crores budget. On Friday, the film was released in only 500 screens in the country, but it has earned more than 12 crores within two days. Due to the huge demand, the screens of the film have been increased on Sunday and now it is being showcased in 2000 screens. If you look on this basis, then you should not be surprised if the film earns up to Rs 20 crore on Sunday alone. A modest budget and a low starcast movie’s box office is sure to surprise the trend circles.

what is the story of the movie

The story of the film revolves around the life of Pushkar Nath Pandit (Anupam Kher), a teacher from Kashmir. Krishna (Darshan Kumar) comes to Kashmir from Delhi, to fulfill the last wish of his grandfather Pushkar Nath Pandit. Krishna stays with his grandfather’s best friend, Brahma Dutt (Mithun Chakraborty). During that time other friends of Pushkar also come to meet Krishna. After this the film goes into flashback.

It is shown in flashback how Kashmir was before 1990. This is followed by the painful story of Kashmiri Pandits being threatened and forced to leave Kashmir and their home in the 90s. Krishna does not know what difficult times his family must have gone through during that time. After this, the layers of the events of the 90s are revealed in front of him and it is shown what pain the Kashmiri Pandits went through during that time. The whole story revolves around this.

praise for the actors

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, but 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 Kashmir files movie

This film is not for weak hearted people. If you have a strong heart then you should watch this film, because there are many such scenes in the film, seeing which you can close your eyes. The movie is good, you must watch it once.