Ram Gopal Varma says he ‘hated’ The Kashmir Files, director Vivek Agnihotri responds to RGV’s review

Filmmaker Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri has responded to Ram Gopal Varma’s review of his latest film, The Kashmir files. RGV had, in a heavily worded review of the latest hit, said he “hated” the film when he explained how it changed his views.

“I hate Kashmir files because it ruined everything I learned, whatever I thought was right, and what I thought was in several times. I can not go back and I can not reinvent myself and can not rethink now, ‘Oh, that’s how it should be done.’ No, can not. So I hate Kashmir Files, whether it’s the director or the acting style, or that’s the way the script was made, his YouTube channel.He also tweeted part of the video.

RGV said this was the first time he reviewed a film, adding: “I hate them all because you made me and all the filmmakers lose our identity … I hate all the people associated with Kasmir- files, but I love Vivek Agnihotri for making this happen. “

Varma also shared his links to documents along with a series of tweets, where he wrote: “How #kashmirifiles killed Bollywood … Check out the link” and “More than anything else, #KashmiriFiles has forced Bollywood to take audiences seriously and no longer suspect them to think of. fewer dumbos who will only watch Masala movies check link. “

Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri Retweeted his review, writing: “You hate #TheKashmirFiles @RGVzoomin and that’s why I love you.”

The Kashmir files are heading towards Rs 200 million in the theaters. Due to a strong word-of-mouth promotion, the film competes with even the box office Baahubali: The Conclusion in its second week.

The Kashmir Files dramatizes the events surrounding the emigration of Kashmiri Pandits in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Starring Anupam Kher, Darshan Kumar, Mithun Chakraborty and Pallavi Joshi.

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