“Truth doesn’t get impacted...” Anupam Kher on IFFI jury’s remark on ‘The Kashmir Files’

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Mumbai, Nov 29 (ANI): The 53rd International Film Festival of India’s Jury head criticized ‘The Kashmir Files’. Israeli filmmaker Nadav Lapid, who headed the IFFI jury, called Vivek Agnihotri's directorial a "propaganda" and a "vulgar movie" in Goa on November 28. On this subject, Indian Actor Anupam Kher, who played a protagonist in the movie expressed that the truth doesn’t get impacted by such things. Adding further, he said that one person or 10 people doesn’t impact the whole country. He said, “Was surprised to get his (Kobbi Shoshani) call that he wants to apologise. I said he doesn't have to do that but I think that's his goodness. He said he loved the film. It's the truth and in our and your country there's freedom of speech and people use that to their own benefit. Truth doesn't get impacted by such things. One person or 10 people don't impact the whole country. Pain brings people together. I got messages from Israel and they said wonderful things.”

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