Stay On The Release Of ‘The Kashmir Files’
Film ‘The Kashmir Files’ is facing challenges after its special premiere on March 4. The movie consists of brutal dialogues and scenes which relates to the stories of “The Kashmiri Hindu Genocide.” The movie has caught the attention of many as it got into the nerves of audiences.
Vivek Agnihotri’s film was all set to hit the silver screen today. But now the movie is facing a tough challenge as the wife of “Squadron Leader Ravi Khanna”, Shalini Khanna, claimed that the film has shown her husband in a wrong way. When she watched the film at its special premiere on March 4, she realised that her husband was shown in the wrong manner.
Shalini said she has expressed her perspective and problems related to the movie scenes right after the premiere. But the filmmakers did not pay much attention to anything she said. So she had no choice but to be legal.
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Court Issues Order Which States
“Suit for mandatory injunction directing the defendants to immediately remove and delete the scene and incorrect facts displayed/shown vis-a-vis the husband of the plaintiff, namely Martyr Squadron Leader Ravi Khanna, in the Movie and the trailer of the movie The Kashmir Files, set to be released on March 11, 2022, which is absolutely and entirely unrelated and non-identical to the actual facts occurred as mentioned in the suit by the plaintiff; or in the alternate to amend/alter the scene and the incorrect facts vis-a-vis the husband of the plaintiff namely Martyr Squadron Leader Sh. Ravi Khanna in the movie The Kashmir Files in accordance to the actual and true, occurred on the incidence i.e. on January 25, 1990, whereby the husband of the plaintiff was martyred.”
It continues “Suit for permanent prohibitory injunction restraining the defendants to release the movie The Kashmir Files until the aforesaid removal, deletion or amendment of the scene and incorrect facts displayed vis-a-vis the husband of the plaintiff in the movie and trailer, contrary to the actual and true facts narrated by the plaintiff in the suit and otherwise also, any other relief that the honourable Court deems fit and necessary.”