INDIA: A well-known Marathi actor to star in Vivek Ranjan Agnihothri’s highly anticipated film The Kashmiri Files. Chinmay Mandlekar will be seen portraying the role of Farooq Malik aka Bitta.
The Kashmiri Files is based on the true story of the excruciating genocide of Kashmiri Hindus in the 1990s, which resulted in the forced exodus of thousands of Hindus from their homeland. The film is written and directed by Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri, who has previously directed notable films such as Buddha in a Traffic Jam (2016) and The Tashkent Files (2019). Among his works, The Tashkent Files was a smash hit.
The film’s ensemble cast includes National Awardee winners Anupam Kher, Mithun Chakraborty, and Pallavi Joshi. It also stars prominent actors such as Prakash Belawadi, Puneet Issar, Chinmay Mandlekar, Darshan Kumaar, Bhasha Sumbli, Amaan Iqbal, Prithviraj Sarnaik, and Atul Srivastava.
What does the character poster of Chinmay Mandlekar mean?
Chinmay Mandlekar is well-known in the Marathi cinema industry for his roles in Farzand (2018) and Fatteshikast (2017) as Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj (2019). Chinmay has played a significant role in the highly acclaimed film Halal (2017). His well-known presence, as well as his extensive acting experience and exceptional acting abilities, ensure that his appearance in the film will do full credit to his character.
His loathing for Indians is confirmed by the motion poster, which reads “Indian dogs go back.” Farooq Malik, popularly known as Bitta, is based on real-life terrorist Farooq Ahmed Dar, who is also the current chairman of the Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front. During the Kashmir genocide in the 1990s, Dar was responsible for the murder of a significant number of Kashmiri Hindus.
Bitta’s horror and hate-filled mentality would bring realism to the situation, allowing younger generations to feel the pain of Kashmiri Hindus. His deadly demeanor and ruthless approach will make him a formidable villain in the film. Which can elevate the narrative with Chinmay’s performance.
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