The film broke previous records set by films such as Bajrangi Bhaijaan (2015) and Dangal (2016), but not many people know that the film’s script was leaked to the public five months before its release date. The first act of the film was accidentally uploaded on the internet after being sent to the actors of the film’s cast list by mistake. You Won’t Believe What Happens in The Kashmir Files
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I’m sure you’ve heard of The Gujarat Files. Well, brace yourselves. I’m about to tell you about what’s possibly an even more explosive film-slash-documentary called, wait for it, drumroll please deep breath: squeeze in excitement: The Kashmir Files.
A mysterious file is being transferred to Delhi, which could become a potential threat for India’s national security. A group of Army officers plan to snatch it and share it with a reporter who is waiting outside. But then, things go wrong… And that’s where our story begins.
There is a common misconception that if your film doesn’t get a wide release, you should forget about PR and social media. This simply isn’t true; there are many ways to tell your story even if it’s not playing at multiplexes across India. Here are five tips for creating buzz around your indie film
A new film by Vivek Agnihotri, director of national award-winning films like Buddha In A Traffic Jam and Hamara Dil Aapke Paas Hai, and a growing voice of dissent against intolerance is stirring up quite a storm. His newest work, ‘The Kashmir Files’, revolves around controversial political topics and sensationalist events in Indian history.