Netizens on Twitter reveal that the screening of The Kashmir Files has been stopped in cinema halls

The film is based on a true story of Kashmiri Pandits fleeing their homeland 32 years ago.

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The Kashmir Files has been in the news for all the right reasons since Vivek Agnihotri launched it. The film was dogged with controversy even before its release, which persisted even after it was released. The film, which also stars Anupam Kher, Basha Sumbli, and Mithun Chakraborty, is receiving mixed reviews. The film is based on a true story of Kashmiri Pandits fleeing their homeland 32 years ago.

In the most recent update, The Kashmir Files has sparked further controversy, and screenings at several multiplexes have been halted.

A user shared a video from a multiplex in Jammu that shows patrons being pummelling and molested. The caption read, “We are here in @wavecinemas Jammu, Just now the authorities here stopped the screening of THE KASHMIR FILES People are being thrashed and assaulted! A big propaganda is running to Muzzle the voice of truth @vivekagnihotri @AnupamPKher @KhajuriaManu @DrVikasPadha Do raise”

Another user wrote, “Hi @vivekagnihotri. Went for a show of The Kashmir Files today at Galleria Cinema in Shillong. After making a house full with audience, the cinema informed us that they had “not received the file”. Show was cancelled, and manager was heard saying the film is “controversial”.

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A user said, “#TheKashmirFiles evening show cancelled at Wave Mall & KC Cineplex Jammu after disruption by Muslims. Persecuted minority of state not even allowed to watch what happened to them 32 yrs ago.”

 


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