Vinod Kapri to make a film on Gujarat riots, ‘Gujarat Files’, asks PM Modi – ‘he will not stop the release?’
The Kashmir Files, directed by Vivek Agnihotri and based on Kashmiri Pandits, is now creating waves at the box office. The audience seems to like the film a lot. Another Bollywood director
Vinod Kapri, is already working on his next feature, ‘Gujarat Files.’ He has also tweeted about it and questioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi about it.
Mumbai, March 16: Vivek Agnihotri’s ‘The Kashmir Files’ released in cinemas on March 11. The film is making new records since the day of its release. PM Narendra Modi has also praised this film.
Meanwhile, filmmaker Vinod Kapri has talked about making a film on the 2002 Gujarat riots. Along with this, he also asked the PM if he will not stop its release.
In this tweet, Vinod Kapri, who has directed films such as ‘Pihu’ and ‘Miss Thanakpur Hajir Ho,’ has tagged Prime Minister Narendra Modi
Gujarat Files in the name of #GujaratFiles, on the basis of facts, on the basis of art’. I am ready to make a film and your role in it will also be mentioned in detail in truth.
After this tweet of mine, I also had a talk with some producers. He is ready to produce #GujaratFiles. All they need is the assurance that the freedom of expression that the Prime Minister is talking
Vinod Kapri has made this tweet on a tweet containing a video of the Prime Minister, in which he is seen reacting after ‘The Kashmir Files’. In this video, the PM is seen saying,