Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has been facing public displeasure since his comment on the film The Kashmir Files. Fans of the film and social media users are continuously condemning Kejriwal (#YouTubeParDalDo). So at the same time, the director of the film Vivek Agnihotri has also given his reaction. Vivek Agnihotri has described CM Kejriwal as a professional abuser.
Arvind Kejriwal had said this thing
In the Delhi Assembly, Kejriwal raised questions on the BJP and said that the film The Kashmir Files should be put on YouTube. Instead of demanding that the film be made tax free, Vivek Agnihotri should be asked to put it on YouTube (#YouTubeParDalDo). In this way it will be free for all and everyone will be able to see it.
Vivek Agnihotri told nonsense.
Now director Vivek Agnihotri has talked about this in an interview. Agnihotri was asked by First Post to react to Kejriwal’s statement in an interview. Vivek said, ‘ I need to say something on such a nonsense thing? Will he ask Steven Spielberg to put his film Schindler’s List on YouTube? I am not comparing my small film with Schindler’s List and just asking.
Vivek said that better than listening to politicians; he would like to pay attention to the crores of people watching his film. Vivek says, ‘Two crore people have seen The Kashmir Files. He is replying with deep emotion. I want to focus on those 20 million people and not on those 20 politicians who are professional abusers.
Vivek is bringing another film soon.
The Kashmir Files actor Anupam Kher has also reacted to Arvind Kejriwal’s talk. He asked the fans to watch it in the movie theatre itself. The Kashmir Files Post Corona has become the highest-grossing film released in theatres. It is getting the love of the audience.
The Kashmir Files has crossed the 200 crore mark at the box office in 13 days. Anupam Kher, Pallavi Joshi, Mithun Chakraborty, Darshan Kumar, and other great actors have worked in the film. Director Vivek Agnihotri is going to bring the movie Delhi Files after this. This will be the third and last film in his Files franchise.