One of the critically acclaimed movies that was released last year is The Kashmir Files. The Vivek Agnihotri-directed movie received harsh reviews and generated a lot of news coverage. Prakash Raj recently referred to The Kashmir Files as a pointless movie. Anupam Kher, who played the movie’s lead role, responded vehemently to Prakash Raj’s remark a few days later. The actor responded to the absurd film comment by saying that people must use lies to get by in life.
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The movie has been the subject of debates regarding its plot ever since it was first released. The film emphasises the Hindu exodus from Kashmir in the 1990s. The movie chronicles the struggles that Kashmiri Pandits have faced within their own city. The lead characters in the movie are played by Anupam Kher, Mithun Chakraborty, Pallavi Joshi, and Darshan Kumar, among others.
Anupam Kher responded to Prakash Raj’s remark by saying, “Apni apni aukat ki baat karte hain log,” according to Navbharat Times. He claims that people speak in accordance with their social status. He continued by saying that while some people must lie their entire lives, others speak the truth. Speaking of himself, Kher went on to say that he has lived a life of speaking the truth. By Anupam Kher
The Kashmir Files was called a “propaganda film” earlier by Prakash Raj. During a gathering in Kerala, the actor had claimed that The Kashmir Files was a pointless movie. The international jury, he claimed, spit on them, and he called the producer dishonest. Several movies were included on the 95th Academy Awards eligibility list, including The Kashmir Files.