Anupam Kher lashed out at IFFI’s jury head – it was their pre-planning, god bless them

The film ‘The Kashmir Files’, based on the atrocities committed against Kashmiri Pandits in the Valley, is once again in the news. The closing ceremony of the 53rd International Film Festival of India was held in Goa on Monday (28 November). During this, IFFI Jury Head and Israeli filmmaker Nadav Lapid made strong comments about ‘The Kashmir Files’. He called the film ‘vulgar’ and said that it is a propaganda movie. After this statement, actor Anupam Kher, who played an important role in ‘The Kashmir Files’, got angry. He hit back and said, ‘We will give a befitting reply. God give them wisdom. He has given a shameful statement. I think this is pre-planned.

Anupam Kher’s counterattack

Anupam Kher on IFFI Jury Head Nadav Lapid’s comment for ‘The Kashmir Files’ said, ‘All I would say to that person is God bless him. Give me some wisdom We will give a befitting reply.

The Kashmir Files: IFFI jury head called The Kashmir Files a vulgar and propaganda film, said – got disturbed after seeing
‘God bless them’

Anupam Kher further said, ‘If the Holocaust is true then the Exodus of Kashmiri Pandits is also true. I think it was pre-planned, because immediately after that the toolkit gang got activated. It is shameful to make such a statement. Coming from a Jewish community that faced the Holocaust, he also brought pain to those who had suffered the same tragedy many years earlier. I would only say that may God give them wisdom, so that they do not use the tragedy of thousands and millions of people from the stage to fulfill their agenda.

Anupam had tweeted about truth and falsehood

Earlier, while sharing some photos, Anupam Kher had tweeted, ‘No matter how high the stature of a lie is… it is always small in comparison to the truth.’

Israeli ambassador apologized

Israel’s Ambassador to India, Nor Gillon, in a series of tweets strongly condemned the statement of filmmaker Nadav Lapid. He wrote that in Indian culture guests are considered as God. You have insulted her. I am ashamed and I want to apologize for the misbehavior of the host.

Released on March 11, earned a bumper
‘The Kashmir Files’ was released on 11 March 2022. Made in a low budget, this film did a great job at the box office (Rs 290 crores). However, people were divided into two sections regarding the film. It was banned in Singapore and New Zealand.

Showed the vandalism with Kashmiri Pandits was


The film depicted the brutality meted out to Kashmiri Pandits in the valley. It showed that Kashmiri Pandits were tortured in the valley in the 90s. They were treated in such a way that Kashmiri Pandits had to leave their homes and migrate. This movie shook the whole country. The eyes of the audience became moist.

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