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Wednesday, November 29, 2023

Surgical Strikes Explained With A Cricket Analogy

As vested interests continue to cast doubt, openly or slyly, on the cross-border surgical strikes conducted by Bharat’s Army on Pakistani terror launch pads, citizens are countering this shameful propaganda with creativity and wit.

A 4 min 14 sec video released by Telling Tales, director Vivek Agnihotri’s film production house, uses a cricketing analogy to explain why the surgical strikes were unique and why they have left so many establishment voices (on both sides of the border) extremely flustered.

This short film is also likely to lead to another round of teeth-gnashing in the same set of left-liberals who had taken umbrage to Vivek Agnihotri’s feature film ‘Buddha in a Traffic Jam.’ That film had probed and exposed the Naxal-NGO-Academia nexus and delved deep into the theme of ‘intellectual terrorism’, in the words of the director.  It had faced stiff resistance and violent protests when screened in left-dominated universities like JNU and Jadavpur University.

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