Renowned filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri has gained recognition for creating impactful films such as ‘The Kashmir Files‘ and ‘The Tashkent Files,‘ which are inspired by true events. After his recent post on the tragic demise of Kashmiri Pandits, social media users are now urging him to take up another sensitive subject, ‘The Manipur Files.’ This request comes in the wake of a distressing incident that recently came to light, involving the public humiliation and abuse of two women who were paraded naked.
A Netizen ask Vivek to make movie “Manipur files”
Some time back, Vivek Agnihotri shared his thoughts on the unreported matter of ‘The Kashmir Files,’ expressing his concern over the alleged genocide of Kashmiri Hindus. He criticized the Indian judiciary for what he perceived as inaction and indifference towards the plight of Kashmiri Hindus, stating that their right to life, as guaranteed by the Constitution, had not been adequately protected. In response to his tweet, a user replied him, “Don’t waste time go and make a movie Manipur Files if you are man enough
Vivek’s respond with Lame Remark
In response Vivek replied to him “Thanks for having so much faith in me. Par saari films mujhse hi banwaoge kya yaar? Tumhari ‘Team India’ mein koi ‘man enough’ filmmaker nahin hai kya (But, do you want me to make all the films. Isn’t anyone else not man enough)?”
About Manipur violence
About two months ago, ethnic violence erupted in Manipur. It all started on May 3 in Churachandpur town when Kuki groups protested against a plan to grant scheduled tribe status to the state’s Meitei people. The protests turned violent, leading to clashes between the groups, which caused more than 150 deaths and left over 50,000 people injured. The situation has had a devastating impact on the communities involved.
Vivek’s Reaction on Manipur incident
Responding to the tragic incident in Manipur, Vivek Agnihotri had already composed a poignant poem. In his tweet he wrote MANIPUR: Moplah, Direct Action Day, Noakhali, Bangladesh, Punjab, Kashmir, Bengal, Kerala, Assam, Bastar and now Manipur… Every time our innocent mothers and sisters become the ultimate victims of inhuman, barbarian acts. As a Bharatiya, as a man, as a human being, I am shattered each time. I am ashamed. I am so guilty for my helplessness
His poem read: “O Manipur, I tried… I tried… but I failed. All I can do now is tell their tragic stories through my work. But it’s too late by then. We are all victims of selective and hyper- competitive electoral politics. We are victims of hyper-religion. We are victims of dangerous media. We, the people of Bharat, are victims. There is no #RightToLife in free India. And we can’t do anything about it. This is not the freedom I want. This is not the kind of democracy I want. It’s worth nothing if it makes us bay for each other’s blood. We are a failed society. I am sorry, my sisters. I am sorry, my mothers. I am sorry, Bharat Mata
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