The Kashmir Files director Vivek Agnihotri was furiously called by Wikipedia as ‘false and fictional’

Director Vivek Agnihotri’s film ‘The Kashmir Files’ has been well-liked. The film has become a huge hit and there has been a lot of controversy on it as well. The film depicts the atrocities and displacement of Kashmiri Pandits in the year 1990. However, the film has also been accused of being anti-Muslim, having a particular political ideology and presenting false facts. Something similar has been given on the page of Wikipedia about the film, on which Vivek Agnihotri has expressed strong displeasure.

What is written on Wikipedia?
Actually on Wikipedia it is written about the film, ‘The Kashmir Files is a 2022 Indian Hindi-language drama film written and directed by Vivek Agnihotri. The film depicts the fictional story of displacement of Kashmiri Hindus from the disputed area of ​​Kashmir. The film depicts a mass genocide of displacement in the early 1990s which is mostly thought to be false and based on conspiracy theories.
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Vivek Agnihotri is furious
Director Vivek Agnihotri has expressed his displeasure over this summary given on Wikipedia about the film. Tagging its screenshot, he wrote, ‘Dear Wikipedia, you forgot to add words like Islamophobia, propaganda, Sanghi and fanatic in this. You are losing your secular identity. Quickly edit it more.’ See Vivek’s tweet:

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Announcement of ‘The Delhi Files’
Let us tell you that the film ‘The Kashmir Files’ has been well-liked. It stars Anupam Kher, Mithun Chakraborty, Darshan Kumar and Pallavi Joshi in lead roles. After the success of this film, Vivek Agnihotri has announced to make a film ‘The Delhi Files’ on the events of Delhi. It is being said that the film will be based on the 1984 anti-Sikh riots in Delhi. Vivek Agnihotri has not revealed anything about the subject of the film. However, some Sikh organizations have raised objections to this.