Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri Opens Up On His Film The Kashmir Files; Anupam Kher Added To The Depth Of Story – DEETS INSIDEবিনোদন
Renowned filmmaker Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri recently shed light upon his upcoming project, The Kashmir Files. The director is known for working on unconventional films with real-life stories and incidents
Bollywood films are divided into several genres. While some directors are known for their regular drama and romance stories, some directors tend to pave a different the kast way for themselves in the industry and try to work on unconventional and dark cinema. Their projects are based on real-life events are the films hold a lot of significance to them rather than just entertaining the audience or portraying a story. One such filmmaker is Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri.
Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri is here with another gripping story after creating a ground-breaking film like ‘The Tashkent Files.’ Anupam Kher, Pallavi Joshi, and Mithun Chakraborty have been cast in the key roles of the director’s upcoming movie, which is focused on the evacuation of Kashmiri Hindus from the valleys. As the cinematic run of ‘The Kashmir Files‘ approaches, Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri discusses the hurdles and risks he encountered while filming the movie.
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When it comes to Anupam Kher, Vivek explained that he added intricacies in Kashmiri dialect, that he grasped the crux of the action, and that he was performing Kashmiri music. Anupam also communicated in Kashmiri with other actors, which added a lot of depth to the piece.
It was never easy to shoot in Kashmir; it was always a challenge. Folks won’t like what he’s doing now that he’s in charge, so the political tropes would commence running forth, and individuals would inevitably start resisting it. They did, however, receive a great deal of protection. They planned to shoot in complete silence and not post any photos until they were finished. Second, the snow provided a significant obstacle, according to the director.
The film is based on true events, with every word and narrative being true. People may believe that the movie is about communal difficulties, or that it is criticizing specific societies, or that it is about jingoism. However, five minutes into the movie, they comprehend that hardly anything of the sort is going to occur, and they yield to the movie’s realism, its barbarity, and by the time it concludes, everyone will be weeping in harmony, according to Vivek, who was speaking about the film’s profundity.