Film based mostly on the ache of Kashmiri Pandits & # 039; Srinagar & # 039; Trailer launch of Wasim Rizvi, producer

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Lucknow. The trailer of the movie 'Srinagar', based mostly on the exodus of Kashmiri Pandits, was launched on Tuesday. Produced by Wasim Rizvi, chairman of the Shia Central Waqf Board, the movie relies solely on the tortures inflicted on Kashmiri Pandits. According to Wasim Rizvi, this movie made beneath the course of Sanoj Mishra is totally prepared. After the movie's first trailer was launched, it would quickly be proven in cinema homes. Please inform that earlier than this, Wasim Rizvi has made movies on Ram Janmabhoomi and Ayesha, spouse of Prophet Mohammad.

Referring to each the movie and Kashmir, Wasim Rizvi stated that on this movie we’ve got uncovered the oppression on Kashmiri Pandits. <! –

                 The movie has been shot in areas of Srinagar that are affected by terrorism. He stated that the movie is prepared and it is going to be launched in March. He stated {that a} state in India, which has a Muslim majority inhabitants, is known as Kashmir. In the 12 months 1990, terrorists with Islamic fundamentalist mindset expelled Kashmiri Pandits from Kashmir on the idea of faith and over three lakh Kashmiri Hindus had been left homeless in their very own nations.

Wasim Rizvi stated that those that consider within the faith of Islam have now made Islam a faith of terror. Non-Muslims usually are not allowed to have fun the festivals of their faith in Islamic nations. They are scared and bothered on the festive days, whereas Eid, Bakrid and all Muslim festivals are holidays in India. Even depart to supply Namaz of goodbye.

The poster of Wasim Rizvi's upcoming movie 'Srinagar' has been launched just lately. This poster, made in 4 layers, depicts the primary sufferer of a rape sufferer. The second layer of the poster is a signboard which states that the entry of Kashmiri Pandits is prohibited and it’s proven as a hazard mark. The third layer has a dangling noose, maybe an emblem of the 1990 genocide in Kashmir. In the fourth layer of the poster is the Anantnag Kamartand (Surya) temple in Jammu and Kashmir, which might be used within the poster to depict the tradition of Jammu and Kashmir.

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