The Kashmir Files: When depicting tragic real-life events, many filmmakers take a safer, sometimes uncertain approach. However, in The Kashmir Files, filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri goes right for the impact, focusing on the departure of Kashmiri Hindus from the valley in the early 1990s due to a surge in militancy, and the influence it has had on the community ever since.
Agnihotri illustrates the injustice that existed in the region from the opening scene forward, and from there showcases a sequence of brutal, terrible incidents that are sure to leave you uneasy in your seat. After reading the above-mentioned description of the film, one can easily grasp the sensitivity of the movie's theme. Due to this, the box office collections of the movie are likely to be severely impacted. The movie has gotten just 500-600 screens countrywide. The Kashmir Files day 1 box office collection report is given below.
|Day 1 (Fri)||March 11||₹2 Cr (approx)|
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Vivek Agnihotri's The Kashmir Files is mostly devoid of the second point of view, but it does a good job of conveying the situation of Kashmiri Hindus and the grief they continue to feel. People are advised not to watch this movie if they are faint of heart or suffering from mental issues.