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Prakash Raj dismisses The Kashmir Files as rubbish

Prakash Raj dismisses The Kashmir Files as rubbish

Prakash Raj dismisses The Kashmir Files as rubbish

Prakash Raj dismisses The Kashmir Files as rubbish

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  • Prakash Raj has criticised The Kashmir Files, calling it ‘nonsense’ and ‘propaganda’.
  • Prakash also called out the film’s director Vivek Agnihotri.
  • He also claimed that The Kashmir Files is a ‘propaganda film’.
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The Kashmir Files has received harsh criticism from actor Prakash Raj, who referred to it as “one of the stupid flicks.” At a recent event, Prakash also criticized the movie’s director, Vivek Agnihotri, and referred to the movie’s producer as “shameless.” The Kashmir Files, he added, is a “propaganda movie.”

Actor Prakash Raj has harshly criticized The Kashmir Files, calling it “one of the worst flicks.” At a recent event, Prakash also disparaged the film’s producer and called the filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri “shameless.” He continued by calling The Kashmir Files a “propaganda film.”

Last weekend in Kerala, Prakash spoke at the Mathrubhumi International Festival of Letters. In attendance, Prakash said: “One of the absurd movies is The Kashmir Files, but we know who made it. Shameless. A jury from abroad spat on them. They continue to be shameless. The filmmaker, the other person, is still asking, “Why am I not getting an Oscar?” He won’t even be awarded a Bhaskar.”

I tell you because there is a sensitive media out there, he continued. You can make a propaganda movie here. I’m aware that they spent close to 2000 crore, based on my sources, just to produce movies like this. However, you can’t always trick people.

The Kashmir Files was criticized as “vulgar” and “propaganda” by Israeli filmmaker Nadav Lapid last year during the closing ceremony of the 53rd International Film Festival of India.

“We were all horrified and disturbed by the fifteenth movie, The Kashmir Files. That seemed like a crass, propagandist film that had no place in the aesthetic competition of such a prominent film festival. I feel completely at ease discussing my sentiments with you here, on stage. In keeping with the festival’s ethos, it is possible to embrace a critical conversation, which is necessary for both art and daily life “In his speech, he had remarked.

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Vivek responded to the remark in a video, saying, “I issue a challenge to all of these urban naxals and the renowned Israeli filmmaker that if they can show even one scene, incident, or line of speech is not entirely accurate, I will stop creating movies. Who are these individuals who consistently speak out against India? These are the same folks that obstructed the disclosure of the facts about Moplah and Kashmir.”

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