The Kashmir Files: Wikipedia calls Vivek Agnihotri's film fictional, angry director gave a befitting reply
Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri's film 'The Kashmir Files' got a lot of love from the audience. The story of the exodus of Kashmiri Pandits during the 1990s was shown in this film very closely, which gave everyone goosebumps. However, there was a lot of controversy regarding the film. Many called the film anti-Muslim. So some people also said that why this issue is being raised after so long. In the midst of all this, now Wikipedia has also been written about the film, seeing which Vivek Agrihotri has got furious and he has given a strict answer on this.
This is written on the page of Wikipedia
Actually, 'The Kashmir Files' on Wikipedia was told a fictional story and Vivek Agnihotri did not like this at all. The Wikipedia page reads, 'The Kashmir Files' is an Indian Hindi-language drama film made in the year 2022, written and directed by Vivek Agnihotri. The film depicts the fictional story of displacement of Kashmiri Hindus from the disputed area of Kashmir. The displacement in the year 1990 has been shown to be a mass genocide, which is mostly thought to be based on false and conspiracy stories.
Vivek Agnihotri reprimanded
Vivek Agnihotri has tweeted a screenshot of Wikipedia's page, with which he has reprimanded Wikipedia. He wrote in his tweet, 'Dear Wikipedia, you forgot to add words like Islamophobia, propaganda, Sanghi and fanatic in this. You are losing your secular identity. Quickly edit it more.' Vivek Agnihotri has also tagged this tweet to Wikipedia.