#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – The story revolves around Krishna Pandit (Darshan Kumar), a JNU student, who thinks his parents were killed in an accident as told by his grandfather, Pushkar Nath (Anupam Kher). But the truth is more depressing. He is caught in the middle of two opposing narratives of the Kashmiri Pandit exodus of 1990. One side is represented by the pro-Azaadi JNU professor (Pallavi Joshi) who is gaining a lot of support on the campus for her Kashmir cause. On the other side is Nath, who has been struggling for 30 years to get justice for the exodus, which the professor claims is a sham. After Pushkar Naths death, Krishna goes back to Kashmir to fulfil his last wishes and also meets four of Naths friends, a journalist, a doctor, a former police officer, and a retired civil servant. They are shocked to know that Krishna didnt know the true story of his fathers death. The Kashmir Files then becomes a journey of discovering the truth for Krishna. In one among many traumatic scenes, Krishnas father, hiding in a container of rice, is killed by a local terrorist. His mother is forced to eat the blood-soaked rice from the same container.
Plot: Based on a true tragedy, the emotionally triggering film sheds light on the plight of Kashmiri Pandits (Hindus), a religious minority in the 1990s Kashmir valley, who were compelled to flee their homes by the Islamic militants.
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Truth Revealed…. not a film
Shame on the Government and judicary of those times…it’s a big slap on our system.
Good to know that we have few filmmakers who still create brilliant work like this.
Raliv, Galiv, ya Chaliv – The Horror That Was Kept Away From Mainstream
Anybody who has read up on the SEVEN Exoduses and Genocides of the Kashmiri Pandits would be able to recognize the scenes shown in the movie.
The movie attempts to show the horrendous plight of the Pandits (and the others who were persecuted) of their past and present. To depict the amount and types of atrocities that the victims had to go through is not possible due to the censoring and the restrictions a feature film’s length poses. But despite these major stumbling blocks, the amount of information and hints strewn across the movie about the enormity of the situation is remarkable.
The performances by Mr Anupam Kher and Mr Darshan Kumar stood out. Ms Joshi played her role with aplomb and deserves fair share of the accolades. But Bhasha Sumbli, who played Sharda Pandit, emerged innocuously as a star. The direction was well done though the story appeared to have instances of slack and that of being rushed on a few occasions. Possibly, the censorship cuts played a role here but the movie is still supremely impactful.
The mainstream channels, OTT, and ofc ‘bollywood’ not only distanced itself but also actively worked against this project. All this amply shows how and why depicting the truth about one of the most heinous pogrom in the history of mankind had not been attempted till now. Salute to the brave Mr Agnihotri. Hopeful that the ‘Director’s cut’ arrives in DVD+BD+Digital options.
This movie deserves the support not just in the present, but the future as well because the rivals of true cinema will not let this slide by just like that.
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Director Vivek Agnihotri
Writer Vivek Agnihotri, Saurabh M. Pandey
Actors Mithun Chakraborty, Anupam Kher, Darshan Kumaar
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