Vivek Agnihotri warns BJP leaders who are showing ‘The Kashmir Files’ free of cost to people

Political controversy continues over The Kashmir Files, a film on the genocide of Kashmiri Pandits. Now the director of the film Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri has given a stern warning to the BJP leaders who are organizing shows for people free of cost in public places.

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Vivek Agnihotri has tweeted a poster, in which Haryana’s Rewari President Keshav Chaudhary (Bittu), youth leader Mukesh Yadav Kapriwas and former MLA Randhir Singh Kapriwas are talking about showing the film ‘The Kashmir Files’ on the big screen for free in a park. The audience has also been invited by informing the place and time in the poster.

When this poster reached Vivek Agnihotri, he immediately tweeted, urging Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal to stop it. Vivek in his tweet wrote, “WARNING: Showing #TheKashmirFiles like this in open and free is a CRIMINAL OFFENCE. Dear @mlkhattar ji, I’d request you to stop this. Political leaders must respect creative business and true Nationalism and Social service means buying tickets in a legal and peaceful manner.”

Exposing Vivek Agnihotri’s double standard and fake nationalism, Times Now journalist Prashant Kumar responded to Agnihotri’s tweet and wrote, “till now we were talking about awakening the society… were talking about telling the truth to the whole country… when the matter came on his own wallet and pocket, he started giving advice. Everyone knows that the whole game is to warm the pocket. Those selling nationalism are getting exposed slowly.”

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