Vivek Agnihotri directed The Kashmir Files surprised all with its box office performance. The film that was released on March 11 alongside Prabhas’ Radhe Shyam crossed the Rs. 100 crore mark at the box office in a week’s time. The film caught on with word-of-mouth publicity, not just in India but outside India as well. Now, two months after the theatrical release of the film, the makers of the film are hosting a musical evening called ‘Sounds of The Kashmir Files’.
The film’s music has been composed by Rohit Sharma who will be conducting the film’s musical evening on May 13 at Opera House in Mumbai. The event will be graced by Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri and actors Pallavi Joshi and Darshan Kumar. For the film, Rohit Sharma composed the music for the title theme song, ‘Al Jihad’, ‘Brahma Dutt’s Theme’, ‘Azadi’, ‘Krishna’s theme’, ‘Raliv, GaliveYa Chaliv’, and ‘Death of Sharda’. Composer Swapnil Bandodkar composed the song ‘Hum Dekhenge’ from the film.
The Kashmir Files was made on a moderate budget and turned out to be one of the most successful films post-pandemic. While the film that narrated the Kashmiri Pandit exodus was well received in India and several other countries, recently Singapore banned the films in their country for the ‘provocative and one-sided portrayal of Muslims’.
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