Kashmir Files is the story of the exodus of Kashmiri Pandits from the Kashmir valley
Senior actor Anupam Kher on Saturday announced that he and filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri have wrapped up the shoot for their upcoming film ‘Kashmir Files.’
Kher made the announcement by sharing a video of himself with the entire cast and crew of the film and a few pictures of himself with filmmakers Agnihotri and Pallavi Joshi on Instagram. The ‘Saaransh’ actor went on to pen down a note sharing his “emotional roller coaster ride” of the shooting of the Kashmir Files.
“Finally it is a WRAP for #TheKashmirFiles. What an emotional roller coaster ride this movie has been. Gut-wrenching, sad and truthful,” the 65-year-old actor wrote.
He also shared how the film narrates the story of the exodus of Kashmiri Pandits from the Kashmir valley and that the “true story” waited for 30 years to be told.
“A true story that waited for 30 years to be told! The world needs to know it. Thank you @vivekagnihotri and #PallaviJoshi for making Kashmir Files,” he wrote.
“Thank you the cast and the crew for your love and dedication. Jai Ho!! #TrueStory #Exodus #KashmiriPandits,” he added
Kher and Agnihotri had been shooting for the film for the past few weeks in different locations.