The Kashmir Files: Shashi Tharoor was happy when the film was banned in Singapore, Vivek Agnihotri said - Stupid


The film 'The Kashmir Files', based on the massacre of Kashmiri Pandits, has created a ruckus at the box office. The film, which collected Rs 337 crore worldwide, has been a topic of discussion all over the world since its release. This film starring Anupam Kher, Mithun Chakraborty has once again been embroiled in controversies. News coming in is that 'The Kashmir Files', directed by Vivek Agnihotri, has been banned in Singapore.


Shashi Tharoor took a jibe at BJP
After the news of the ban in Singapore surfaced, Thiruvananthapuram MP and Congress leader Shashi Tharoor took a jibe at the BJP and Vivek Agnihotri by tweeting. Sharing a screenshot of a report, Shashi Tharoor wrote, 'The film which was being promoted by the ruling party of India has been banned in Singapore.'

Why was it banned?
A screenshot shared by Shashi Tharoor explains the reason behind the ban on 'The Kashmir Files'. The screenshot reads, "The Kashmir Files has a one-sided portrayal of Muslims being provocative and Hindus being persecuted in the ongoing conflict in Kashmir. Due to which the film creates enmity between different communities and social distancing in our multi-religious society." Has the potential to disrupt harmony, and any material that defames religious communities in Singapore may not be allowed to be released.

Vivek Agnihotri also expressed his opposition
Vivek Agnihotri called Shashi Tharoor an idiot and wrote Dear Shashi Tharoor, For your information, let us tell you that Singapore is the world's most retrograde censor. It also banned 'The Last Temptations of Jesus Christ' (ask your madam). Even a romantic film 'The Leela Hotel Files' was banned. please stop making fun of kashmiri hindu genocide