Cut and deleted scenes from The Kashmir Files released, Vivek Agnihotri shared information

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The Kashmir Files Had a great performance at the box office in the year 2022. Seeing the demand of the people, once again it has been released on the big screen. In this film, the pain of the exodus of Pandits from Kashmir in 1990 has been shown. Directed by Vivek Agnihotri, the film was given an ‘A’ certificate by the censor board. Along with this, the board also used scissors on 7 scenes of the film. Now viewers can also watch the cut scenes from the film.

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Film director shared information

Film director Vivek Agnihotri shared the information through a Twitter account and said that deleted scenes from ‘The Kashmir Files’ can be seen on a YouTube channel.

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He writes, “For the next 20 days, we will be releasing deleted scenes from The Kashmir Files, which can be viewed on the I Am Buddha YouTube channel. Don’t miss it.”

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A Twitter account named I Am Buddha Foundation wrote, “On public demand, we present to you never-before-seen scenes from the blockbuster ‘The Kashmir Files’.

So far three scenes of the film have been shared on the YouTube channel. In the first scene, the film’s lead character Pushkarnath is giving a message. Anupam Kher played the role of Pushkarnath in the film. Whereas in the second scene of the film, scared Sharda is shown and the third scene is related to the murder of Neelkanth Ganju.

film re-released on the big screen

All these scenes were shot, but were not shown in the film. The Kashmir Files was released on the big screen on 11 March 2022 last year. The film collected around 350 crores worldwide. The film was re-released in theaters on January 19. More and more people can watch the film, that’s why the price of the movie ticket has been kept at 100 rupees in most of the cinema halls.

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