Mehbooba Mufti leader of PDP slams Kashmir Files and BJP for polarization, appeasement and hatred among Kashmiri Pandit’s and Hindus. Kashmiri Politicians along with some of the opposition leaders also slammed the film which includes Bhupesh Baghel, Kamal Nath.
Apart from that much hatred towards the film by some politicians and activists the film is performing tremendously at the Box Office India. The film has successfully collected and 180 cr and given verdict of “All Time Blockbuster.” The film was made with only 14 cr and strongly marching towards 250 Crore plus milestone.
The film is a first film since the inception of the Pandemic to record such mega collection. It is also affirmed that if film got it’s release in pre-pandemic era then it might cross 400 Crore leaving Dangal behind. The film had a major competition with Prabhas’s Radhey Shyam and Bollywood Mega star Akshay Kumar’s Bachchan Pandey but, eventually failed both the films in it’s fantabulous run.
Kashmir Files showed brutality of Jihadi groups over Kashmiri Pandit’s and Hindus and made people vocal about the Jihadi tyranny of Ralif Chalif and Galif (Convert to Islam, leave the place, or die). During the exodus, father of Mehbooba Mufti, Mufti Muhammad Sayeed was Home Minister of India. On 2nd December, 1989 he was crowned as Home Minister of India, after around 40 days on 19th January, 1990 the exodus of Kashmiri Pandits happened.
Around 3,00,000 to 5,00,000 Kashmiri Pandits left Kashmir, raped, molested, forcefully converted, persecuted and killed to satisfy the interest of Jihadi and oppressive mindset. The announcement regarding the implementation of Jihadi concept of Ralif, Salif Galif were made from the Mosques, all the lights were switched off at that time in whole Kashmir.
Thus, the brutal face of fanaticism and a heart wrenching truth behind the exodus of Kashmiri Pandits is presented by Kashmir Files without any type of extra liberal material. The politicians should at least condemn the incident but, doing politics on the lives of Kashmiri Pandit’s is excruciating.