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Pallavi Joshi,Vivek Agnihotri and The Kashmir Files

Pallavi Joshi and Vivek Agnihotri

Pallavi Joshi:

Pallavi (born 4 April 1969), is an Indian actress for television and film. She was a National Film Awards recipient of the Special Jury Award as well as Best Supporting Actress. As a child actor, she starred in films such as Badla and Aadmi Sadakka. She was a blind child that reforms a notorious Gangster in Dada (1979). She is married to Vivek Agnihotri, an Indian filmmaker. They have two children. She is the child actor Master Alankar (Joshi's sister).

Here are some of the most notable films of Pallavi Joshi:

2022 The Kashmir Files

2019 The Tashkent Files as Aiysha Ali Shah

2017 Peshwa Bajirao as Tarabai

2016 Buddha in a Traffic Jam

2002 Justajoo (TV series)

1999 Chocolate (TV Movie)

1998 Alpviram as Amrita

1996 Aarohan (The Ascent) (TV series)

1995 Imtihaan (TV show)

1994 Woh Chokri (TV movie) as Afsara / Dulari / Tunni

1992 Talaash (TV show)

1992 Tahalka as Julie

1990 Kroadh as Salma A. Khan

1990 Vanchit

1989 Mr Yogi (TV series) as Bride

1989 Mujrim as Sunanda Bose

1989 Daata as Shanti

1988 Trishagni as Iti

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Vivek Agnihotri and His Spouse Pallavi Joshi

Vivek Agnihotri

Vivek Ranjan Adani Agnihotri, an Indian filmmaker, screenwriter and producer, is also an author, activist, and author. He is currently a member of India's Central Board of Film Certification as well as a cultural representative of Indian Cinema in the Indian Council for Cultural Relations. He was awarded the National Film Award (2019) for Best Screenplay – Dialogues for The Tashkent Files. Agnihotri began his career in advertising agencies before moving to producing and directing teleserials. His Bollywood debut was with the crime thriller Chocolate (2005). He has since directed many films.

The Kashmir Files

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The Kashmir Files Movie of Vivek Agnihotri and Pallavi Joshi

Star Cast: Anupam Kher, Bhasha Sumbli, Darshan Kumaar, Chinmay Mandlekar, Mithun Chakraborty, Prakash Belawadi, Puneet Issar, Atul Srivastava and Mrinal Kulkarni.

The Kashmir Files, Vivek Agnihotri's directorial, is based upon the 32-year-old exodus and genocide that occurred to Kashmir Pandits. Darshan Kumaar is a JNU student who has no memory of his childhood. Anupam Kher takes the film's heartbreaking story on his shoulders and delivers it with success.

Pallavi Joshi, the actress and producer of Kashmir Files, also disclosed that she did more research on Kashmir than her government counterparts.

Pallavi Joshi is an actor-filmmaker who is known for her ability to pick stories. She calls it parallel cinema. This style has also been a departure from mainstream Bollywood. She says that she was typecast in the same role as every actor and that she created her own cinema, telling real stories. She says, "I don’t know why people aren’t creative enough in this field of creativity," while talking about her unique perspective on Bollywood.

Many people love the movie's vibe, but others see it as propaganda. What would you like us to say?

They haven’t yet seen the movie. That's what people feel. The Tashkent Files also received the same criticism. Even a media company called it propaganda film, and they later removed that headline. While people tend to believe what they see, others have the intelligence to recognize that these agendas are not helpful here. Ultimately, creativity and hard work pay off. (She replied to

People have noticed that Anupam Kare is also one of the leading actors in the film. He is also a Kashmiri Pandit. Was it conscious to bring him in so that he could share his experiences? (Question posed by ottplay

It would be wrong for us to claim that we cast him because he is a Kashmiri Pandit. His ability to act brilliantly was the first thing that we considered. His being a Kashmiri Pandit only adds to this. He also added a little bit of learning the Kashmiri language. He cries out only in Kashmiri when terrorists beat him. This makes the character seem more real. He is a Kashmiri Pandit, which is a great asset. However, we chose him because he's an excellent actor.

Which of your projects are you working on? Are you part of Delhi Files?

Yes, Delhi Files is my part. Vivek and I have worked independently, but we are both very aligned and seek the same direction. We teamed up and created I Am Buddha. We are determined to tackle the projects that no one wants to touch. We chose to take the scary path. Both of us love reading and research. Reading books and going through footage gives me great joy. You spend a lot of time making a film. Our production house is small and doesn't have five projects at once. Before we begin shooting for a movie, we discuss the next project. Ideas are being developed and research is underway. I will be part of it as well, since it is our production.

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