Vivek Agnihotri shares update about Genocide Museum, says Shivraj Singh Chouhan has granted land and logistical support | Hindi Movie News



On Friday, The Kashmir Files’ filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri visited the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, Shivraj Singh Chouhan. He was snapped planting saplings at the Smart City park, Bhopal.

Sharing a glimpse of his interaction with Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Agnihotri took to his Twitter handle and made a big announcement to set up a ‘genocide museum’. “BIG ANNOUNCEMENT: Our @i_ambuddha Foundation & @kp_global were working to build a Genocide Museum. Today, when I requested @ChouhanShivraj ji about it, he instantly granted land & logistical support. This will be fully funded by us & the people. It will be a symbol of Humanity,” he tweeted.

“On behalf of all Kashmiri Hindus and all persecuted people, I thanks Hon CM @ChouhanShivraj for his prompt decision and support. We want this Genocide Museum to showcase Indian values of Humanity and Vishwa kalyan. This museum will also showcase how terrorism destroys humanity,” he added.

Talking about the idea of the museum, the CM said in a statement to the media, “I thank Vivek ji for bringing the pain of our Kashmiri brothers and sisters in front of the world.”

“The movie, as Vivek Ji said and I also agree, is not aimed at spreading hatred, but to bring out the truth so that no other area becomes Kashmir,” he added referring to the filmmaker’s comments on his directorial.

‘The Kashmir Files’ is based on the Kashmiri Pandit exodus in the 1990s, which debuted on the bigscreen on March 11. Ever since then, the film has been minting big figures at the Box Office.

Apart from grabbing attention with its massive success at the Box Office, it recently sparked controversy when severl BJP-ruled states, including Madhya Pradesh, exempted ‘The Kashmir Files’ from tax.


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