Kashmir Files director Vivek Agnihotri replied to Shashi Tharoor
Director Vivek Agnihotri and Congress MP Shashi Tharoor are now embroiled in controversies over the film ‘Kashmir Files’. The film has been banned in Singapore. In this regard, Tharoor wrote on Twitter that the film that the BJP is promoting has been banned in Singapore. Expressing anger, Vivek not only replied to Shashi but also asked him to remember his late wife Sunanda Pushkar.
The talk started with Shashi’s tweet
Shashi Tharoor shared this news on Twitter on Tuesday morning in which the Singapore government has decided to ban the story shown in the film The Kashmir Files, calling it one-sided and unfair. Tharoor also questioned the BJP promoting the film in a tweet.
Vivek mentions Sunanda
In this regard, Vivek Agnihotri, while replying to Shashi Tharoor, wrote, ‘Let me tell you that ‘The Last Temptation of Jesus Christ’ was also banned in Singapore. Until the romantic movie ‘The Green Hotel Files’ was banned. Stop making fun of the atrocities on Kashmiri Pandits on this pretext.
In another tweet, Vivek Agnihotri asked, “Is it true that the late Sunanda Pushkar was a Kashmiri Hindu? If so, to honor the dead in Hindu tradition, you should delete your tweet and apologize to them.