Anupam Kher's old tweets on the Kashmir Pandits issue resurface

Anupam Kher's old tweets on the Kashmir Pandits issue resurface

Bengaluru: As Anupam Kher starrer The Kashmir Files shattering box office records, and making other movies released simultaneously or the next week struggle to survive at the box office. Anupam's old tweets on Kashmir Pandits have resurfaced on the microblogging site Twitter.

The Kashmir Files, directed by Vivek Agnihotri, is setting new records in terms of collection, and the movie is all set to enter the 300 crore club. The movie, which depicts the pain and trauma of the Kashmir Pandits and narrates the story of the horror they faced in the valley and events that made them flee the motherland, is being praised by one and all. 

The old tweets were a decade old, and in them, the veteran actor shared the pain of Kashmir Pandits and discussed the reasons for their exodus. In 2013, he tweeted  "I see some people making Kashmiri Pandit’s Exodus outcry into a religious thing. It is NOT. It is about Human Sufferings. Hindu or Muslim."

In 2012, Anupam wrote, "DON’T FORGET DON’T FORGIVE. @mobyshah: please don’t forget the Kashmiri Muslim as well pandith women who went through a similar pain."


In 2010, he tweeted, "My heart bleeds for Kashmir. Politics and terrorism has turned heaven into a hell for its people. Both… Hindus and Muslims."

In a tweet, he posted in 2011, he blamed politicians for Pandits' problem, he wrote that both Muslims and Pandits used to live peacefully.  "Problem is NOT with Kashmiri Pandits and Muslims. We have lived together for Years Peacefully. It’s POLITICIANS my friend. :)".

So far, The Kashmir File has earned Rs 167.45 crore in India and is on its way to joining the 200 crores club, but when domestic and international earnings are combined, the film has earned more than Rs 300 crore.

The Kashmir Files, starring Anupam Kher, Mithun Chakraborty, Pallavi Joshi, and Darshan Kumar, hit the silver screen on March 11. The film tells the plight of Kashmiri Pandits who were forced to flee their homes (Kashmir Genocide). The Kashmiri Pandits were tormented, forcibly removed from their homeland, and slaughtered in 1990. The film seeks to inform the public about this horrible period in history.

The film is produced by Abhishek Agarwal, Tej Narayan Agarwal, Pallavi Joshi, and Vivek Agnihotri under the Zee Studios, IAmBuddha, and Abhishek Agarwal Arts banners. Udaysingh Mohite did the camera work, and Shankh Rajadhyaksha edited the movie.