Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut took to social media on Sunday to share a long note of appreciation for Vivek Agnihotri's 'The Kashmir Files'.
The National Award-winning actress also slammed the 'pin-drop silence in the film industry about the film. The actress claimed that many in Bollywood are in shock with the film's success.
'The Kashmir Files', released in theatres on March 11, has received rave reviews from critics and also had a strong opening at the box office. The film has been declared tax-free in Haryana, Gujarat, and Madhya Pradesh.
Ranaut shared a long note about the film on her Instagram Stories, where she wrote, "Please notice the pin-drop silence in the film industry about #thekashmirfiles not just content even its business is exemplary... investment and profit proportion might be such a case study that it will be the most successful and profitable film of the year."
She added, "It also broke many myths about theatres being exclusive for big budgets event films or visual/VFX spectacles post-pandemic, it is breaking every myth and preconceived notion that was there and bringing back the audiences to the theatres, 6 am shows in multiplexes are full it's unbelievable!!!"
The controversial actress then added that 'Bullydawood' (a term she uses for Bollywood) "aur unke chamche sadme mein chale gaye hai (Bollywood bullies and their cronies are in shock)." "Not a word sari duniya dekh rahi hai inko lekin phir bhi not a word (the whole world is watching but not them). There time is upp!!" she further mentioned.
'The Kashmir Files' total earnings till date stand at Rs 12 crore. The actress praised the film, calling it 'The most important film of the year'.
The film's team, including producer Abhishek Agarwal, director Agnihotri and actor Pallavi Joshi, met PM Narendra Modi on March 12 and said they received appreciation for their film.
'The Kashmir Files' revolves around the genocide of Kashmiri Pandits in 1990 and stars Anupam Kher, Mithun Chakraborty, Darshan Kumar, and Joshi in pivotal roles.