After the release of The Vaccine War on Saturday, filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri announced his next film, Parva: An Epic Tale Of Dharma, in Bangalore. It is set to be based on a nook named Parva, which is written by S. L. Bhyrappa, and it will be a three-part franchise. Vivek Agnihotri's new film will will be made in three parts. The trilogy film is produced by actor-wife Pallavi Joshi.
"The Vaccine War" released on the sides of Fukrey 3, Chandramukhi 2, is being hailed by fans. Released on September 28, the film is all about the vaccine invention by sceintist and doctors, making India the first nation to come up with a vaccine fighting against the COVID-19 pandemic. Fans hailed Vivek Agnihotri, who was critically acclaimed for his "The Kashmir Files."
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Director Vivek Agnihotri is gearing up for the release of his next directorial endeavour, The Vaccine War. Touted as India's first bio-science cinematic endeavour, The Vaccine War’s trailer, which dropped on Tuesday, offers a sneak peek into the film’s world, showcasing the dedication of the scientists who played a crucial role in developing the indigenous BBV152 vaccine, commonly referred to as Covaxin.
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Filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri hits back at Shashi Tharoor, the senior leader for his recent meme-worthy Mughal tweet. The Kashmir Files director said, "Your logic is like some Mr. G invades your house, captures it, kills your family, makes your wife/daughter war trophy." Agnihotri lashed out at Tharoor for claiming… read-more
The Kashmir Files director Vivek Agnihotri expressed anguish over Wikipedia's description of the movie as "fictional". He took to Twitter, shared a screenshot, and said, “Dear @Wikipedia, You forgot to add ‘Islamophobia… propaganda… Sanghi… bigot… etc’. You are failing your Secular credentials. Hurry, edit more.” Notably, released on March 11, the film gained popularity for its storyline around exodus of Kashmiri Hindus’ in the early… read-more
In a fresh controversy surrounding filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri's 'Bhopali means homosexual' comment, a criminal complaint was filed against him, on March 26. The complaint was filed at the Versova police station in Mumbai, by a PR manager named Rohit Pandey who hails from Bhopal. Notably, In an interview, Vivek Agnihotri said people often assume 'Bhopalis' to be homosexuals due to 'their nawabi desires'. The comment offended many people,… read-more
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Former Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis called Vivek Agnihotri's 'The Kashmir Files' a counter to anti-national narratives in India. He praised the movie and said, "Pseudo-Secularists" should watch the film, which reveals the true Kashmir and brutality on Kashmiri Pandits. He further said, "I believe every patriot should watch this film, irrespective of which caste or religion they belong to". Besides Fadnavis, many leaders including PM… read-more
Director Vivek Agnihotri has been granted Y category security by the Ministry of Home Affairs. The decision came after his recent release "The Kashmir Files" which became controversy, due to its brutal depiction of exodus of Kashmiri Pandits, hurting communities. There has been a threat to his life based on the inputs, said ministry. Notably, Agnihotri;s film has been praised by Indian politicians and PM Modi.
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The Bombay HC dismissed a plea seeking stay on the release of the 'The Kashmir Files' on March 9. HC Chief Justice Dipankar Datta reviewed the PIL, which said, Vivek Agnihotri's film is hurting religious sentiments of the Islamic community. However, Datta said that the petitioner has not challenged CBFC and dismissed his plea. The movie stars Anupam Kher and Mithun Chakraborty, is set to release on March 11.
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