On The Kashmir Files, Kangana Criticizes Bollywood’s “Pin-drop Quiet”

Kangana Ranaut, an actress, sent a lengthy message on social media criticizing the film industry for failing to discuss The Kashmir Files. The Vivek Agnihotri film has received positive reviews and has performed well at the box office.

On Sunday morning, Kangana Ranaut resorted to social media to express her gratitude for the recent publication of The Kashmir Files. The actor also said that there is a ‘pin drop hush’ in the film business over the film and that many people in Bollywood are surprised by its popularity. On Friday, Vivek Agnihotri’s film The Kashmir Files was released in theatres. Critics have praised the picture, and it has had a solid opening weekend at the box office.

Kangana shared a lengthy note about the film on her Instagram Stories on Sunday, writing, “Please note the deafening silence in the film industry about #thekashmirfiles… not only in terms of content but also in terms of business… the investment and profit ratio may be such a case study that it will be the year’s most successful and profitable film. It also debunked many myths about theatres being reserved for high-budget event films or visual/VFX spectacles in the aftermath of the pandemic; it’s shattering every myth and preconceived notion that existed, and bringing audiences back to the theatres; 6 a.m. shows in multiplexes are completely sold out!!!”

Despite its restricted distribution, The Kashmir Files had a solid start at the box office. It made slightly over 3.5 crores on its first day, and it significantly increased that total on Saturday, grossing 8.5 crores. From the first two days, it had earned a total of 12 crores. Given that it was shown in 700 theatres throughout India, as opposed to several recent larger films that were distributed on 3000+ screens, the statistic is significant.


Kangana has previously lauded The Kashmir Files, describing it as “the most significant film of the year.” The tale of the Kashmiri Pandits’ departure from the Kashmir Valley in the late 1980s and early 1990s is told in this video. Anupam Kher, Mithun Chakraborty, Pallavi Joshi, Darshan Kumaar, and Bhasha Sumbli are among the cast members.

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