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Cricketer Suresh Raina shares moving video of woman who broke down after watching Kashmir Files

The film Kashmir Files was released yesterday, and has been widely acclaimed as a heart-rending and unvarnished portrayal of the Kashmiri Genocide of 1990 when lakhs of Hindus were forced to flee their homes after a sustained campaign of terror which peaked on the night of January 19, 1990.

Cricketer Suresh Raina, a Kashmiri Hindu from Rainawari whose family took refuge in UP, shared a poignant video of a woman who broke down after a screening of the movie and was full of gratitude for director Vivek Agnihotri.

The woman tries to touch Vivek’s feet, and says “No one else could have done it except you. Seeing you, I just felt like touching your feet. You have (portrayed) our pain, our hearts…what that woman did (referring to a role in the movie), we all saw it. I thought something will happen to me. You are Bhagwan for us.”

She then hugged actor Darshan Kumaar who has essayed the role of Krishna Pandit, a third-generation Kashmiri Pandit refugee in the movie, sobbingly saying “May your life be immensely successful, I bless you son. My little chacha was killed like that”

The movie has moved all generations of Kashmiri Hindus and is a grim reminder to all citizens of arguably the darkest chapter in our nation’s post-Independence history. Shockingly, this peaceful and hard-working community has yet to find any semblance of justice from our state with the judiciary brushing aside their repeated pleas for an SIT or judicial enquiry to punish those responsible for their suffering. Many are hoping that this movie will ignite the collective conscience of our nation and trending their thoughts on the movie with the hashtag #RightToJustice

We request everyone to watch the movie, encourage your family and friends to do the same, and publicly share your feedback. Tickets available at –

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  1. Admins at wikipedia making “fun” of the Kashmir genocide. Here is admin Kautilya3 on wikipedia saying: “I am told that the new definition of being “Indian” involves watching The Kashmir Files. After having watched it, you are supposed to come to Wikipedia and ask for Exodus of Kashmiri Hindus to be changed to a “genocide” of Kashmiri Hindus. — Kautilya3 (talk) 14:50, 13 March 2022 (UTC)”

    Also Wikipedia has since years defamed the articles on Vivek Agnihotri and all his previous films.

    Be prepared that Wikipedia will defame the article on this film as well !

    On wikipedia, there is a relentless defamation attack on Vivek Agnihotri and other Hindu intellectuals by wikipedia troll Aruneek Biswas and his sockpuppet accounts (“Winged Blades of Godric”, “TrangaBellam” and the blocked “Walrus Ji”).


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