Trolls attack Swara Bhasker after she slams Vivek Agnihotri’s ‘The Kashmir Files’ in a cryptic post | Hindi Movie News

Swara Bhasker recently took an indirect dig at ‘The Kashmir Files’ helmed by filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri. She tweeted, “If you want someone to congratulate you for the ‘success’ of your efforts.. maybe don’t spend the last five years shitting on their heads.. (sic).”

While the actress’s post came without any name mention, her post quickly grabbed netizens’ attention who did not take it well and began flooding the comment section.

A user replied, “I think u got it all wrong Swara. Ppl are asking why prominent Bollywood stars haven’t said a word of appreciation for getting ppl back in cinemas. Operative word being “prominent”. You can chill. #TheKashmirFiles (sic).” “Congratulations Swara!!! again you did t.successfully got attention of people from “someone else success”but sorry this time only 100+ retweetsit seems people are busy in some useful work 😉 (sic),” commented yet another.

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Meanwhile, ‘The Kashmir Files’ has been well received by fans ever since it was released on 11 March. Celebs like Akshay Kumar, Hansal Mehta, Yami Gautam, Kangana Ranaut and many others, were previously seen praising Anupam Kher for his performance in the film.

Talking about the directorial that focuses on the brutal history of Kashmiri Pandits and the atrocities that they faced in Kashmir, Yami Gautam recently praised the film on Twitter. Furthermore, she told ETimes, “We are all pretty aware of the subject of the film and I actually meant every word that I wrote on Twitter.”

Yami who is married to filmmaker Aditya Dhar, also said, “Having been married to a Kashmiri Pandit, and having interacted with so many of them by the virtue of our relationship, I have gotten to know so many of their stories. And when you get to know that there is a film out there, which talks about what happened back then, it becomes important to support the cause. Of course, we were very young at the time when all that happened, so there is no personal memory attached, but when now you hear such stories, and being a part of the fraternity, you realise how important this film is. People are so emotional about this film and they are feeling so strongly and deeply about it. So why not come out and support it and talk about it and express ourselves. What I wrote about The Kashmir Files on social media came from the heart.”

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