- Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal’s controversial statement on The Kashmir Documents led him into troubles
- Director Vivek Agnihotri shared a photograph and identified as it ‘sarcasm by art’
- He captioned his write-up: “Can you guess whose gate is this?”
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PM Narendra Modi, House Minister Amit Shah, CM Yogi Adityanath, and quite a few outstanding leaders have praised the movie. Vivek has been sharing the tales of persons and how they are grateful to him. On the other hand, some leaders are also calling the film a political agenda. A handful of days back, Delhi’s CM
Now, the director of the film, Vivek shared the reported photo on his Twitter cope with and wrote: “Can you guess whose gate is this? Not a jhuthi Kahaani.”
Quickly, BJP’s lawful advisor, Ashutosh J. Dubey declared it to be his ‘creativity’ on Twitter and been given phrases of appreciation from Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri. He replied to Ashutosh, “@AdvAshutoshBJP Wow. It’s you. So inventive. Sarcasm by artwork. Additional electricity to you.”
Sharing a screenshot of Vivek’s tweet, BJP’s lawful advisor wrote, “No phrases, Just i am Satisfied!”
A handful of times again, Vivek had shared yet another controversial online video on Twitter. “Maulvi Sahib of Rajouri claims: “This film really should be closed… Humne 800 saal tum pe hukumat ki you want to erase our mark in 70 yrs rule…” Pals, in the very same way, the identify and the existence of Kashmiri Hindus ended up erased from Kashmir,” he wrote.
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