The movie registered a drop of 70 per cent in its third week, it now stands at a total collection of Rs 234 crore, reports Boxofficeindia.com. ‘The Kashmir Files’ is expected to end its theatrical run with a total business of around Rs 250 crore nett. The film has set a high target for other releases of the year.
Recently, ‘The Kashmir Files’ director Vivek Agnihotri made an announcement about building a genocide museum and providing scholarship to students. Announcing the same, he said, “I Am Buddha Foundation which is run by me and Pallavi Joshi will be giving 5 scholarships of 15 lacs to 5 students of Makhanlal Chaturvedi National University of Journalism and communication, Bhopal. Out of these 5 scholarships 3 will be given to girl students. Earlier the same foundation had made some financial contributions to the Kashmiri Hindu community in Jagti, near Jammu and raised funds for the Kashmiri community during COVID.” His wife, Pallavi Joshi, had stated, “We have been doing a lot of nation-building work, especially with the youth of India. The success of The Kashmir Files has empowered us to fulfill our dream of empowering creative young people, specifically from Kashmir.”