Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri spoke about 'The Delhi Files'- Bengal is the only state where massacres happened continuously

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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Director-filmmaker Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri, who has made 'The Kashmir Files', is now preparing to bring his next film 'The Delhi Files'. It is reported that he is doing research for his next film 'The Delhi Files' not only in the country but also abroad so that there is no shortage of facts. Recently, he had announced pan-India casting for the characters of Mahatma Gandhi and Mohammad Ali Jinnah. In such a situation, now he has increased the excitement by sharing some information about the story of the film during the research. According to reports, he has found an important chapter of the violent history of Bengal for this film.

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Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri has shared his experience about the story of Bengal's violent history on social media. He has also shared a photo of himself and a painting from the National Museum, which was gifted to him by a Bengali artist. While sharing the post, the director wrote in the caption-

“#TheDelhiFiles Update:

The real story of Bengal, in the words of Bengalis.
For the last 6 months I have been travelling to different cities and villages, talking to people, gathering information about local culture and history and trying to understand the roots of Bengal's violent history for our next very important film. Bengal is the only state that has been partitioned twice.

Bengal is the only state where genocide has been repeated before and after independence. The conflict in independent India was between two main national ideologies – Hinduism and Islam. There were four main ideologies in Bengal – Hinduism, Islam, communism and its radical branch Naxalism. In this period of renaissance, a valuable heritage of nationalism, social reform, philosophy, art, literature and spirituality was also destroyed. All these were clashing with each other.

As a result, the state decayed in all aspects. What was left?
Leftists. No other state has seen such widespread, persistent religious and political violence as Bengal. Partition has never ended in Bengal. There are still two nations and three constitutions.

Bengal needs a true leader with empathy and vision who can lead Bengal towards #IndicRenaissance 2.0.

My Commitment: The real story of Bengal, in the words of Bengalis.

Long distance travel from Kerala to Kolkata and then to Delhi

Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri has traveled a long distance from Kerala to Kolkata and then to Delhi to gather accurate and important information for his film. He says that he has read more than 100 books and more than 200 articles related to real-life historical events to add every layer of truth to the story of his film, which is the basis of his film. Not only this, it is said that Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri and his team have traveled to 20 states for research work. Apart from this, he has studied more than 7000 research pages and more than 1000 archives. It is being told that after the success of 'The Kashmir Files', prolific producer Abhishek Agarwal has once again partnered with Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri for 'The Delhi Files' under his production banner Abhishek Agarwal Arts.

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