Indian film The Kashmir Files is set to release in UAE. Now, in a major achievement, the film has been passed without any cuts in UAE. It will also release in Singapore soon. Vivek Agnihotri's directorial venture, The Kashmir Files, has done the unthinkable at the box office. It has united people and emerged as one of the biggest hits in Bollywood. Vivek Agnihotri took to Twitter to share this news with his fans and followers.
BIG VICTORY:— Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri (@vivekagnihotri) March 30, 2022
FINALLY, got the censor clearance from UAE. Rated 15+ passed without any cuts. Releasing on 7th April (Thursday).
Now, Singapore. (Thanks Sanu for this portrait). pic.twitter.com/MsQTXowvNu
Speaking on this victory in UAE, the director addressed those who have termed the film ‘Islamophobic’. He said, "In India, some people are calling it Islamophobic but an Islamic country after 4 weeks of scrutiny has passed it with 0 cuts and for 15+ audience whereas in India it is 18+". Vivek Agnihotri talked about the those opposing the film and stressed The Kashmir Files is about humanity. He said, “The same thing has happened in Singapore, where it took almost three weeks. There was a lot of representation from Muslim groups, but then the chief of their censor, said that the film has nothing objectionable and it should be seen by everybody, same thing with UAE. A lot of people made representations, scrutinised again but all of them are saying this film is about humanity, this film is against terrorism therefore it should be seen by all. But In India, some people who are opposing it without seeing it and calling it Islamophobic are either part of the terror groups or have vicious minds.”