The movie 'The Kashmir Files', directed by Vivek Agnihotri, has created panic at the box office. The film has collected Rs 97.30 crore in seven days. It is getting a lot of love from the public. Meanwhile, now there is news that 'The Kashmir Files' director Vivek Agnihotri has been given Y category security. The Ministry of Home Affairs has given this security based on the Threat Perception Report of the Intelligence Bureau. In Y category security, a total of 8 security personnel will be posted under the protection of Vivek.
A total of 8 security personnel are deployed in Y category security. In the VIP to whom this security is given, five armed static guards are also installed at his house. Also, three PSOs in three shifts provide security. The Union Home Ministry, on the recommendation of the Intelligence Bureau (IB), reviews such people every year, who need protection.
The film 'The Kashmir Files' directed by Vivek Agnihotri narrates the brutal sufferings suffered by Kashmiri Pandits during the Kashmir insurgency in 1990. On one hand, the film is getting the love of the audience. On the other hand, its opposition also continues. Many people are telling this film only publicity. Many leaders are constantly making rhetoric on this. This is the reason why Vivek has been given protection.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently met Vivek Agnihotri, Pallavi and Abhishek and praised the film. Sharing the photos of the meeting, Vivek wrote, "Pleasure to meet our honourable Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi Ji. What makes it more special is his appreciation and kind words about #TheKashmirFiles.
The Kashmir Files tells the true story of the brutal sufferings suffered by Kashmiri Pandits during the Kashmir insurgency in 1990. This is a real story based on video interviews of the first generation victims of the Kashmir genocide of the Kashmiri Pandit community. It is a heartwarming narrative of the pain, suffering, struggle and trauma of Kashmiri Pandits and questions eye-opening facts about democracy, religion, politics and humanity.