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"The Delhi Files" Vivek Agnihotri's Upcoming Movie.

Vivek Agnihotri says 'I thank all the people who owned The Kashmir Files'. Vivek Agnihotri’s The Kashmir Files tasted an astounding success at the box office and also managed to impress the critics. The movie narrated the gruesome genocide of the Kashmiri Pandits in the year 1990.

Now the filmmaker took to his social media handle to announce his new project titled The Delhi Files. Within no time, Vivek Agnihotri’s fans started expressing their best wishes to him and showcased their excitement for The Delhi Files.

A fan wrote, “Woww so excited about your new movie, please share with us, what it's gonna be about, n all the best.” While another fan stated, “Thank you Vivekji for being a true fearless Indian & making #TheKashmirFiles #RightToJustice to reveal the real truth of Kashmiri Hindus genocide & exodus.” 

A netizen furthermore said, “Vivek Agnihotri Ji... The Nation has assigned you to make exceptionally good films that represent our heritage, culture, TRUTH, and at the same time entertain the audience. Please continue on this mission without getting distracted by poisonous film critics. Jai Hind.”

However, no more details about the cast of the movie were divulged in the announcement. Talking The Kashmir Files, the movie starred Anupam Kher, Darshan Kumar, Mithun Chakraborty, and Pallavi Subash in the lead roles.

Kher also wished Vivek on his new endeavor and wrote, “Good luck dear @vivekagnihotri for #TheDelhiFiles!! I am sure as a filmmaker you will do great justice to another chapter of our past dealt wrongly. Looking forward to being part of it. #RightToLife.”

Senior supreme advocate HS Phoolka's remarks on the upcoming movie "The Delhi Files"

Anti-Sikh Riots Lawyer HS Phoolka Welcomes Film; 'Will Have Big Impact' Phoolka said, "The plan of the Congress from the very beginning is to wrap this issue under the carpet."

Senior supreme advocate HS Phoolka, who represented victims of the 1984 Anti-Sikh riots, welcomed director Vivek Agnihotri's announcement of working on a film called 'The Delhi Files' which will be based on the Anti-Sikh riots.

He said that the film depicting the true events, it would create a huge impact. "Today's generation does not know and cannot even believe that that there was a time when in Delhi the citizens of this country were massacred in such a way by the government and by the law enforcement agencies with the support of the ruling party,"

HS Phoolka said adding that the victims haven't got justice." He said that no one is punished for anti-Sikh riots except Sajjan Kumar who is in jail. "You should talk openly about the history and if you suppress the history, then you too are committing the mistake of repeating it again.

Openly talking about history means that it doesn't happen in the future." The senior SC lawyer said that so far, no major move has been made on the 1984 riots.

He welcomed the move of 'The Kashmir Files' director to come up with 'The Delhi Files'. "The film is a very powerful medium to convey a message. Till now, unfortunately, no major film has been made. 

There are some minor films based purely on fiction. If a film is made on true events, it will have a lot of impacts and I welcome it," Phoolka said.

On politics around the 'The Delhi Files' movie, Phoolka said, "The plan of the Congress from the very beginning is to wrap this issue under the carpet. This type of thing should not be forgotten ever.

" Vivek Agnihotri begins work on 'The Delhi Files' After the massive success of 'The Kashmir Files', Vivek Agnihotri has announced the beginning of yet another intriguing project 'The Delhi Files'.

Taking to Twitter, he said, "I thank all the people who owned #TheKashmirFiles. For the last 4 yrs, we worked very hard with the utmost honesty & sincerity. I may have spammed your TL but it’s important to make people aware of the GENOCIDE & injustice done to Kashmiri Hindus.

It’s time for me to work on a new film." 'The Delhi Files' will be produced by Abhishek Agarwal Arts and Agnihotri's I am Buddha Production. The movie will hit the silver screen in October 2022.

"The Delhi Files" Views.

The plot of the film is not revealed yet, the film is rumored to be depicting the horrific truths about the anti-Sikh riots that took place in Delhi in the year 1984 where 3,350 Sikhs were killed following the assassination of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi by her Sikh bodyguards.

Former cricketer and BJP leader Gautam Gambhir has welcomed the film and seemingly took a dig at Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for making the film available on YouTube.

Taking to Twitter, he wrote, "The atrocities and gruesome murders of innocent people in Delhi will now see the light of the day. Let’s see if “Mr. Honest” wants this on YouTube as well! #DelhiFiles." 

The cricketer-turned politician's statement comes after Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal remarks on the director's previous film, The Kashmir Files where he accused the BJP of promoting the film and also asked the film's director Agnihotri to upload it on YouTube to make it "totally free."

However, his statements received heavy backlash over disrespecting Hindus and hurting the sentiments of the Kashmiri Pandits.

A political furor erupted several hours after the director, who is known for digging into the past and courageously bringing the atrocities and injustice faced by people to the big screen, made the announcement even though it has been receiving tremendous support from BJP and people around the country.

Earlier in the day, while speaking exclusively to Republic TV, BJP national spokesperson RP Singh praised Agnihotri for bringing the truth to the entire world, claiming that the 1984 riots were a planned massacre.

"People should be aware of the conspiracy of the 1984 riots and it is well-known to some, but no one knows who was behind them. What role did the leaders of the Congress play? The 1984 riots did not occur throughout one night; they were pre-planned, and such information should be publicly available.

I'm hoping that the film will reveal more specifics regarding the riots," he said. Taking to Twitter, The Tashkent Files maker announced that he has commenced working on his next film, The Delhi Files.

The film was originally announced in September last year as he unveiled a motion poster of the same, which is a part of his trilogy after The Tashkent Files, and The Kashmir Files.

The motion poster of the film shows a child standing in the backdrop of the Indian emblem. The poster bore the tagline saying "Right to Life." The film is bankrolled by Abhishek Agarwal Arts under Vivek Agnihotri's label 'I am Buddha' Production.
April 15, 2022




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