The popularity and effect of Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri's 'The Kashmir Files' has reached new heights in our country, and the film has now received censor clearance from the UAE and Singapore.
Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri recently turned to social media to share the happy news that the film had received censor clearance from the UAE and Singapore without any cuts. He scribbles down the caption, which reads:
"BIG VICTORY: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)".
While speaking about the same the director 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+".
In Singapore, the same thing happened, and it took almost three weeks. There was a lot of representation from Muslim groups, but the head of their censor declared the video was unacceptable and that everyone should view it, and the same thing happened in the UAE.
Many people have produced representations, which have been inspected again, but they all agree that this video is about humanity and is anti-terrorism, thus it should be seen by everyone. However, certain individuals in India who oppose it without seeing it and label it Islamophobic are either terrorists or have a cruel mind.