Kangana Ranaut watches The Kashmir Files in theatres, says 'Bollywood ke paap dho diye inhone'

New Delhi:

Kangana Ranaut on Monday watched Vivek Agnihotri directorial The Kashmir Files in theatres. While Kangana has been sharing rave reviews of the film and audiences’ response to it on social media for some time now, she shared her experience to reporters after watching the film on Monday. 

“Itni achi film banayi hai inhone ki Bollywood ke paap dho diye (They have made such a great movie that Bollywood’s all sins have been washed away).” The actress further said that everyone from the industry should come out and promote The Kashmir Files. “Bollywood people make such nonsense movie and promote them like anything. They should promote this movie,” Kangana added.

Earlier, Kangana had questioned Bollywood’s silence on the success of the film. “Please notice the pin drop silence in the Film industry about #thekashmirfiles. Not just content even its business is exemplary… investment and profit proportion might be such a case study that it will be the most successful and profitable film of the year… It also broke many myths about theatres being exclusive for big budgets, event films or visual/VFX spectacles post pandemic. It is breaking every myth and preconceived notion that was there and bringing back the audience to the theatres. 6am shows in multiplexes are full, it’s unbelievable!!! Bullydawood aur unke chamche sadme mein chale gaye hai… Not a word, sari duniya dekh rahi hai inko lekin phir bhi not a word… Their time is up!!” the actress penned on Instagram. 

Moreover, several states have declared The Kashmir Files tax-free to encourage more and more people to enjoy it in theatres. Starring Anupam Kher, Darshan Kumar, Mithun Chakraborty, and Pallavi Joshi in major roles, the film has been written by Agnihotri and Saurabh M Pandey. 

Meanwhile, Kangana will soon be seen in movies including Tejas, Dhaakad, Manikarnika Returns: The Legend Of Didda, Emergency, and The Incarnation: Sita.

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