'Bengal Files' will be made on the lines of 'Kashmir Files', Vivek Agnihotri assures Shubhendu - Newztezz Online


Monday, March 13, 2023

'Bengal Files' will be made on the lines of 'Kashmir Files', Vivek Agnihotri assures Shubhendu

The Kashmir Files: Vivek Agnihotri, director of 'The Kashmir Files' said that Bengal Files will also be produced on the lines of 'The Kashmir Files'. It will depict the history and present conditions of Bengal.

Kolkata News: Director of 'The Kashmir Files' Vivek Agnihotri and actor Anupam Kher assured them that after 'Kashmir Files', 'Bengal Files' will also be made. Leader of Opposition Shubhendu Adhikari said these things. He said that Vivek Agnihotri also assured that he would make 'Bengal Files' and work in that direction. Vivek Agnihotri, director of the film 'The Kashmir Files', had come to Kolkata on Sunday and participated in the program organized by the BJP. At the same time, Vivek Agnihotri had told about his plan.

Vivek Agnihotri has also compared Bengal to Mini Kashmir. He said, “This work must be completed before Bengal becomes Kashmir.” Vivek Agnihotri made it clear that he wanted to make a film about West Bengal.

History and present of Bengal will be depicted in 'Bengal Files'

Let us tell you that in the past also various political controversies have arisen regarding Vivek Agnihotri's 'The Kashmir Files'. The director has also been accused of talking about the atrocities on Kashmiri Pandits in tune with the ruling party. Vivek, however, said that the main theme of his film to be made on Bengal would be the history and present situation of Bengal. The director of The Kashmir Files said, “The film will show what Bengal was earlier and what it has become!” However, the name of the film is "Delhi Files".

There was a hindrance while making a film in Bengal, said the director

Vivek Agnihotri said at the same time that he had already faced hurdles while working on a film about Bengal. Vivek Agnihotri said, “I tried to work on the 1946 riots, but I was not allowed to work. My team had come to West Bengal for the interview. They were not allowed to work." Vivek Agnihotri claims that some eyewitnesses of what happened in Bengal at that time are still alive. They sent a team to question him, but he also said, "No force can stop me from making this film."

Bengal can become mini Kashmir in future - said Agnihotri

Vivek told about his passion for Kolkata at the beginning of his speech on Sunday. He said that his father and mother were married in Kolkata. Monday 13 March is the wedding day. In this connection, he started telling the story of Kolkata which he had heard from his mother. In that context, he said that he was attacked while showing his first film 'Buddha in a Traffic Jam' at Jadavpur University. He named Rabindranath Tagore, Swami Vivekananda and Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose to describe the culture of Bengal. Also he said, “Many people are forgetting the name of Gopal Pantha. But while narrating the story of Kolkata in the film 'Delhi Files', will Vivek Gopal keep the story of Pantha as well? However, Vivek has repeatedly claimed that Bengal may become a mini Kashmir in the future.

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