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People fear for their lives unless they show Army, India and Hindus in bad light: Vivek Agnihotri on ‘The Kashmir Files’
Vivek Agnihotri's last film, The Tashkent Files has been very widely accepted by the audience and recently completed 50 days at the Box Office
Director Vivek Agnihotri says ‘Congress top family’ behind the legal notice sent against the movie ‘The Tashkent Files’
Congress leader and Lal Bahadur Shastri’s grandson sends legal notice to stop the release of ‘The Tashkent Files’, Vivek Agnihotri says ‘Congress top family’ behind it
‘The movie is not stuck, the makers are’: CBFC member Vivek Agnihotri explains how The Wire twisted facts around ‘No fathers in Kashmir’
The media reports about the movie 'No fathers in Kashmir' meeting a roadblock with CBFC seems to be patently false
This interview of Vivek Agnihotri on Urban Naxals was censored by Times of India because it didn't fit their 'policies'
Vivek Agnihotri and Prafulla Ketkar were supposed to address a lecture on ‘Urban Naxalism’ at MS University of Baroda on Saturday.
A tweet by the author-filmmaker resulted in left-leaning accounts trending hashtag #MeTooUrbanNaxal on Twitter.
Karan Thapar didn’t want Pallavi Joshi in a TV serial because ‘she is dark’, Vivek Agnihotri reveals
Thapar was then heading Home TV. Vivek Agnihotri has written about the incident in his book ‘Urban Naxals’.
Urban Naxals by Vivek Agnihotri : The story of ‘an India where success does not lie in money but surviving’
As someone who has seen the whole Naxal movement first hand, I am glad that Vivek wrote this book to expose them further
Vivek Agnihotri responds to Neeraj Ghaywan’s tweets, and also shares a hitherto unknown trivia about his full name.
The Tashkent Files conquers: Vivek Agnihotri’s movie secures an invitation for screening at the Rashtrapati Bhavan
The Tashkent Files has been invited to be screened at the Rashtrapati Bhavan and the film division of the Information and Broadcasting Ministry.
Vivek Agnihotri's The Tashkent Files proves that script is the hero of the film
Tashkent Files is one more unravelling thread in the blanket that covered up our past.
Vivek Agnihotri, maker of ‘The Tashkent Files’ slams Rajdeep Sardesai, says he put his political agenda before fair journalism
Talking to OpIndia on this matter, Vivek rued that Rajdeep was passing verdicts without possibly even seeing the trailer of the movie.
After Anand Ranganathan’s, Vivek Agnihotri’s tweets, which were critical of judiciary, blocked from being read in India
Vivek was informed of his tweets being withheld on Thursday.
Vivek Agnihotri has also released a statement saying he has served Tanushree with a legal notice
Left wing hooligans in Presidency College, Kolkata, disrupt event on Vivekananda, professors speak up
On the 11th of January, 2019, Leftist students at Presidency University attacked an event organized to commemorate the birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda the next day. The event was organized a day earlier as the University remains closed on Swami Ji's birthday.
Both Nana Patekar and Vivek Agnihotri have sent defamation notices to Dutta claiming that her allegations are false.
Filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri shares three experiences related to some recent incidents that left him thinking.
‘Professional Congress’ member posts promotional tweets for 500 rupees, blames ‘social media manager’ after having defended tweet
Flipkart Big Billion Sale is here and well, 'Congress supporters' would like to earn a few quick bucks.
Day after Kashmiri Pandit activist exposed NDTV, his Twitter account suspended for ‘violating Twitter rules’
The mysterious behaviour of Twitter which is often found censoring social media users for disagreeing to left-wing and ultra left-wing ideology has yet again come to the fore.
Malala has been called out earlier as well, by social media users, for her selectivity in condemning human rights abuses
62 celebrities write an open letter to point out hypocrisy of the ‘achievers’ who wrote an open letter on ‘rising intolerance’
The celebrities assert that they are confident that India shall continue to develop and progress without paying heed to the ones with those who want to destabilise the country.
Question raised on Entertainment Journalists Guild’s credibility as its logo found to be from a free image library
Entertainment Journalists Guild's logo made using an image from internet, it has no digital footprint
Batla House: The encounter where killing of two Indian Mujahideen terrorists made Sonia Gandhi ‘cry bitterly’
Salman Khurshid, a senior Congress leader, in one of his rallies during 2012 Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections, had said that Sonia Gandhi, the then Congress President cried bitterly after seeing the images of the slain terrorists of Batla house
That you have lost readership and your peers doubt you, is not our problem: Read our response to Swati Chaturvedi’s defamation notice
Recently, OpIndia.com got a legal notice from abusive media troll Swati Chaturvedi. At the onset, we would like to reiterate that such intimidatory tactics won't work with OpIndia.
It became clear that we would see a different India after the 2019 election. Here, a writer sets his imagination free.
Italian journalist accuses journalist Ajai Shukla of being sexist, calls journalist Karan Thapar a liar
A visibly livid Francesca took to Twitter to point out how Thapar lied blatantly to her
Up against the Lutyens cabal, disgruntled journalists and a blockbuster like Avengers Endgame, The Tashkent Files succeeds
The Tashkent Files, the small budget product of love was up against a big blockbuster like Avengers Endgame
‘This would have never happened if I had made a movie on Nehru’: Maker of The Tashkent Files on movie critics refusing to review the movie
The Tashkent Files has been well received by the audience, however, the 'liberal' ecosystem is not too happy with it.
The Tashkent Files review: A political thriller which will make you question the version of history India has been fed all along
The Netflix-generation, especially should watch The Tashkent Files and learn more about the son of the soil