Jury member Nadav Lapid explains why he called the film ‘propaganda and vulgar’

Jury member Nadav Lapid explains why he called the film 'propaganda and vulgar'

Israeli filmmaker Nadav Lapid, who was the jury’s special guest at IFFI, called The Kashmir Files propaganda and a vulgar film, this unsavory commentary by the filmmaker was not well received by the directors, and it faced huge backlash for speaking his mind. And now Nadav has spoken his mind again and in his interaction with YNet he is said to have said that he spent his whole day in apprehension and was very aware that the event was related to the ‘India. “It is not an easy position, because you are a guest, I am the president of the jury here, you are treated very well. And then you come to attack the festival. There was apprehension, and there had discomfort. I didn’t. I didn’t know what the dimensions would be, so I did it with some trepidation. Yes, I spent the day in trepidation. Let’s put it this way. : I’m happy to be on my way to the airport now”. Also Read – The Kashmir Files-IFFI 2022 Row: Vivek Agnihotri Vows To Stop Making Movies If An Incident From The Movie Turns Out To Be Fake [Watch Exclusive video]

The Israeli filmmaker added that someone has to speak up: “In countries that are increasingly losing the ability to say what you think or tell the truth, someone has to speak up. When I saw this film, I couldn’t help but imagine that it was the Israeli equivalent, which doesn’t exist but could exist. So, I felt compelled, because I come from a place that he himself is not reformed and who is himself on the way to these”. Also Read – The Kashmir Files row: Anupam Kher and Pallavi Joshi SLAM IFFI 2022 Jury President Nadav Lapid for his comments on the film

Watch video of Vivek Agnihotri slamming Nadav Lapid after calling The Kashmir Files propaganda and vulgar.

Vivek Agnihotri and Anupam Kher strongly criticized Nadav Lapid and called his statement shameful. Vivek also released a video statement and fired back at Nadav Lapid and said that even if an incident from his movie The Kashmir Files turns out to be wrong, he will stop making movies. Pallavi Joshi, who was also an integral part of the film, also released an official statement and lashed out at the Israeli filmmaker. Read also – The Kashmir Files row: Vivek Agnihotri tweets about “truth and lies”; Israeli envoy criticizes Nadav Lapid, president of the IFFI 2022 jury

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