The Kashmir files dropped several things into the public domain: J&K LG Manoj Sinha

The Kashmir Files, caught in a political whirlwind since its release, was endorsed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and several states extended tax breaks to the film.

If anyone wants to make a different movie, they have the right, said J&K Lt Guv Manoj Sinha (File)

The Kashmir Files describes “several things that people didn’t know” and brings them into the public domain, Jammu and Kashmir Lt. Governor Manoj Sinha said today, ANI news agency reported.

“If someone makes a film, he has a perspective. I think it’s good that several things that people didn’t know have fallen into the public domain and people now have a new knowledge of the same thing,” he told the agency.

The film, caught in a political whirlwind since its release, was endorsed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and several states extended tax breaks to the film. The Prime Minister, while speaking about the film, called an “ecosystem” working to discredit the film.

Speaking about the Prime Minister’s endorsement of the film, Manoj Sinha said, “I think the Prime Minister has thought well and spoken (about the film).”

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“Somebody might have a different opinion. If somebody wants to make a different movie, they have the right to. Where else will you find a better country than this where you can live and say what you want ? ” He asked.

The Kashmir records were met with an overwhelming public and reignited a debate over what led to the exodus of Kashmiri pundits from the valley in 1990.

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(With the contribution of the ANI)