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Sangati Jogwar

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  • A video showing a man saying the 10-year-old boy from The Kashmir Files playing cricket is him.
  • The video shows him confirming that the incident really happened.

The Kashmir Files helmed by Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri continues to create new milestones at the box office as people are flocking to the theaters to witness what exactly happened 32 years ago with the Kashmiri Pandits. Incidentally, there are many people who have been claiming that the movie is fictional or have portrayed the atrocities shown in the movie against the Kashmiri Pandits in an exaggerated way.

However, many Kashmiri Pandits who themselves were forced to leave Kashmir or were witness to the violence that happened in Kashmir more than three decades ago have come forward confirming the authenticity of the content shown in the Anupam Kher-led flick. Now, a video of a 40 plus man has surfaced online in which he can be seen saying, “You see that the movie opens with a young boy playing cricket. He is caught and beaten up for cheering for India. That is me. I was 10 years of age at that time.”

He further added that it is possible to stitch different stories and make them into one but it is not always possible to make such stories every time. Reactions started pouring in from the Twitter users after the video got viral with many questioning whether the man in the video is really 40 plus because he really looked young.

Another user said that the fear in his face is quite evident even though it happened 30 years ago. One of the users who seems to be from Kashmir said that during those times if India was winning a match against Pakistan, everywhere there was a blackout and no one was allowed to celebrate India’s win.

According to a user, the video of the man was taken at the NJ theater and after hearing the story of the man, everyone in the theater started crying and even those who worked at the theater could not hold their tears.

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