A missile was fired accidentally from the Indian side into an area in Pakistan. The Defence Ministry said on Thursday, blaming the incident on a “technical malfunction” that was “deeply regrettable”. However, some sources suggest that it was a deliberate attempt by India after some defence personnel watched Kashmir Files and was deeply moved by the scenes of the movie particularly the wrath of Islamists on Kashmiri Hindus.
Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri’s directorial movie, The Kashmir Files is based on video interviews of the first generation victims of the tragic account of the Kashmiri Pandit exodus in the 1990s and the genocide that took place.
“It boils my blood to see how these islamists did genocide and how all this while the past governments and media tried to whitewash the crime. Missile is nothing I would have pressed nuclear missile launch button if I had the codes” said a man while coming out from the theatre.
Reportedly, Pakistan has reached the United Nations to ban the movie, The Kashmir Files, which has been released in theatres today (March 11), as it would make many Indians hate Pakistan even more.