After the sweeping success of the Kashmir Files, filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri is all set for its follow-up feature film, The Delhi Files. He shared his plans on Friday with his Twitter fans. The Kashmir Files is one of the most successful and controversial post-pandemic releases with tremendous success at the box office. The director stated that it was necessary to inform people of the Kashmir genocide with The Kashmir Files and is grateful for its success. Released on March 11, it illustrated the exodus of the Kashmiri Pandits from the Kashmir Valley in the 1990s.
The Filmmaker wrote in a tweet along with sharing a picture. “I thank all the people who owned #TheKashmirFiles. For the last four years, we have worked very hard with utmost honesty & sincerity. I may have spammed your TL (timeline), but it’s important to make people aware of the GENOCIDE and injustice that were done to Kashmiri Hindus. It’s time for me to work on a new film.”
Vivek wrote, “#TheDelhiFiles”, in a follow-up tweet that elevated the excitement of all the fans.
Before “The Kashmir Files”, Agnihotri directed “The Tashkent Files” based on the plot of the mysterious death of former Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri in 1966.
“Chocolate”, “Hate Story” and “Zid” are some of his other film credits.