“I was a journalist then, I always kept silent about the massacre in Kashmir, I apologize to the Hindus..” – Actor Kannada Prakash

Mumbai: Kannada actor Prakash Belvad, who appeared in the film The Kashmir Files, has apologized to Hindus for keeping silent about the massacre of Kashmiri Pandits for a long time after the film’s release. While sharing a video, he shared that even after being a journalist in the 90s, he remained silent on this issue.

In this video, the actor said: “I have the privilege of being part of ‘The Kashmir Files’. When Vivek Agnihotri sent me the script, I was shocked because until then I had no no information about the horrors and exodus that befell Kashmiri pundits in the state of Jammu and Kashmir in the 1990s. He said, “I feel embarrassed and also guilty, as I was journalist at the time and I was proud to be associated with contemporary events. But now I see that was not the case then. I think it is appropriate that I apologize to this community for keeping silent on this issue for a long time.

Praising the film’s director, Vivek Agnihotri said, “I commend and thank Vivek Agnihotri for researching the subject and presenting the story to the world with courage and commitment.” I ask every Indian to watch this movie to know what happened behind our backs. We must say that justice is their right and the land belongs to them. At the end of his video, he thanked fellow journalist RK Mattoo, who has been a leader in bringing justice to Kashmiri Pandits in Karnataka. He said he only made this video after Mattu called. Let us inform that Prakash played the character of Dr. Mahesh in The Kashmir Files.

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