Vivek Agnihotri Questioned Bollywood For Being Part Of Anti Caa – Shaheen Bagh And Farmer Protests – Vivek Agnihotri

Apart from films, Bollywood’s famous filmmaker Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri is also known for his impeccable style. Recently, his anger has erupted after the sensational revelations made by the SIT on activist Teesta Setalvad. On this issue, he has targeted Bollywood through tweet. The director has made sharp attacks on film stars on social media, linking this issue with Shaheen Bagh and the farmers’ movement.

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After the recent revelations on Teesta, Vivek was seen attacking Bollywood on Saturday. In his tweet, he took a dig at the film stars, referring to the song ‘Hum Dekhenge’ by Faiz Ahmed Faiz. He asked the film artists why did Bollywood stars take part in the anti-CAA-Kisan movement? He tweeted, ‘I hope we will soon know who funded the CAA-Shaheen Bagh and the farmers’ movement. Why did Bollywood stars become a part of it? All crowns will be tossed… all thrones will be thrown down… We will see.’

‘The Kashmir Files’ was a super hit

Vivek has directed many Bollywood films till now, but he got his real identity from ‘The Kashmir Files’. This film had rocked the box office. Anupam Kher starrer this film made a new record by earning 250 crores. The film is the highest grossing Bollywood film of the year at the Indian box office.

Let us inform that recently the SIT had filed an affidavit in the Ahmedabad Sessions Court regarding Teesta Setalvad. Several claims were made in this affidavit. According to the SIT, Teesta Setalvad had taken Rs 30 lakh from Ahmed Patel, an advisor to Congress President Sonia Gandhi, to destabilize the Gujarat government. After this revelation, BJP is continuously attacking the Congress. Teesta is currently in jail in the Gujarat riots case. Recently, he had filed a bail petition, after which the SIT has filed an affidavit and appealed to the court not to grant him bail.


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