Anupam Kher pledges an amount as charity at the Global Kashmiri Pandit Conclave
Reportedly, Anupam Kher has decided to donate this amount to organisations working on issues related to injustice done to Kashmiri Pandits.
Bollywood actor Anupam Kher recently talked at the "Global Kashmiri Pandit Conclave" in New Delhi about the struggles faced by Kashmiri Pandits and how his movie "The Kashmir Files" brought attention to them. He mentioned the injustices done to Kashmiri Pandits and invited the audience to donate to organisations working on issues specific to the group by volunteering their time. He even declared an amount of Rs. 5 lakhs for the purpose.
The Global Kashmiri Pandit Diaspora is organising the summit. The conclave lasts for two days, and Sadhguru is one of the main speakers.
He said, that the Kashmir Files' showed problems of Kashmiri pandits. And that they have earned a lot. He further said that we give charity to foreign organisations that are already doing financially well. Now it's important to give charity to our own people. And later he pledge Rs 5 lakhs for them.
Regarding "The Kashmir Files," it was just recognised as "Best Film" at the Dadasaheb Phalke International Film Festival Awards. For his work in "The Kashmir Files," Anupam Kher also won the prize for "Most Versatile Actor of the Year."
Based on first-generation video interviews with Kashmiri massacre victims, "The Kashmir Files," a documentary about Kashmiri pandits during the 1990 Kashmir insurgency, tells the story of their anguish, suffering, fight, and trauma.
Speaking of the actor's upcoming projects, he will appear in Kangana Ranaut's emergency movie and Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri's "The Vaccine War." He last appeared in the movie "Shiv Shastri Balboa," which came out earlier this month. Neena Gupta, Nargis Fakhri, and Sharib Hashmi also appear in the movie.