The Israeli filmmaker Nadav Lapid recently made comments on Kashmir Files in IFFI. Lapid has called Vivek Agnihotri’s movie the Kashmir Files a vulgar propaganda movie and said he was even shocked that this movie was included in the competitive category of the film festival.
And then later, Lapid apologized for hurting the sentiments of Kashmiri Pandits by saying that the movie’s team’s anger is justified and right, his words were out of the box. And now the actor Adivi Sesh has shared his opinion on this matter.
The actor said the team put a background score in a scene that wouldn’t occur in real-life situations, and to manipulate emotions into feelings. And now the question becomes, what is each one’s standard of emotional manipulation is. Sesh further said that whatever the director had said was not in Great Decorum.
Further included, what he feels or does not feel is not his place to comment. Meanwhile, Lapid said that what he had said previously was only related to how the film treated the tragedy and that it was not a comment on the tragedy itself, he wants to make one thing clear not even for one second, he thought or imagined talking about the tragedy of Kashmir.
The Kashmir Files is based on the emigration of Kashmiri Hindus from the place and was directed by Vivek Agnihotri.