Now the ruckus in Singapore over ‘The Kashmir Files’, preparations are on to ban the film, but why?

Vivek Agnihotri’s film ‘The Kashmir Files’ created a huge ruckus at the box office as soon as it was released on March 11. Not only did this film earn bumpers, but it was also well-liked by the audience. The ‘Kashmir Files’, which tells the story of the massacre of Kashmiri Pandits and the brutality that happened to them in 1990, was highly appreciated in the country and abroad. However, there was a lot of controversy over this film. Now there is a controversy once again on ‘The Kashmir Files’. It has been decided to ban this film in Singapore (The Kashmir Files Singapore ban).

Hence the decision to ban ‘The Kashmir Files’

Some media reports said that ‘The Kashmir Files’ is outside the purview of city-state guidelines. It shows the one sided side of Muslims which is provoking. This could create a ruckus there. According to reports, the Infocomm Media Development Authority, in a joint statement with the Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth, and the Ministry of Home Affairs, said that ‘The Kashmir Files’ is far beyond Singapore’s film classification guidelines.

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The officials told a channel named ‘News Asia’ that ‘The Kashmir Files’ shows the persecution and atrocities of Hindus in the conflict in Kashmir. For this reason, it does not figure in the Singapore Film Classification Guidelines. He said the kind of things and other activities depicted in the film could lead to enmity between different communities. At the same time, it also has the potential to break the unity of the society.
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According to officials, according to Singapore’s film classification guidelines, no content can be allowed to reach audiences that may defame racial or religious communities there. Anupam Kher, Darshan Kumar, Pallavi Joshi and Mithun Chakraborty were seen in ‘The Kashmir Files’, which released on March 11. Along with this film, director Vivek Agnihotri was also honored by the Senate of Ohio in April 2022.