Vivek Agnihotri reacts to Arvind Kejriwal’s suggestion of uploading ‘The Kashmir Files’ on YouTube | Hindi Movie News



Earlier in the week during a session in the Delhi Assembly, Arvind Kejriwal questioned the decision of making ‘The Kashmir Files‘ tax-free in several states. He mockingly suggested that Vivek Agnihotri should just upload the movie on YouTube where everyone can watch it for free. The filmmaker has now reacted to the Delhi CM’s statement in a recent interview.

Responding to the statement in an interview with Firstpost, Vivek said added that he’d rather concentrate on the crores of people watching the film instead of ’20 politicians who are professional abusers’.

While ‘The Kashmir Files‘ is unstoppable at the box office, Vivek Agnihotri is already planning ‘The Delhi Files‘. Speaking to ETimes, he said, “We are doing ‘The Delhi Files’. As far as the web series is concerned, I don’t have to do much because we have almost all the material we need because we shot most of it. We need some good people who can put it together and we can supervise and make it. That’s going to be interesting, but somebody has to fund it. Somebody has to finance it. Somebody has to commission it. Why don’t you ask Junglee Pictures to help us out? It’s a national heritage. Imagine no studio in Germany being able to fund or acquire video testimonials of all the Holocaust survivors. In India, we should not miss out on this chance.”


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