Writer Twinkle Khanna, in its new column addressed to ‘Kashmiri writings wave “joked about the” nationalist “within her colleagues who are trying to benefit from the interest of viewers in such films.
Twinkle’s column, published in The Times of India, was mainly about the situation of the Will Smith-Chris Rock Oscars, but was full of comments not only about The Kashmir Files, but also about the news of Daler Mehndi, who bought a “property” in Metaverse.
She wrote: “11:00: At a meeting in the producer’s office, I am informed that there is a flood of new film titles that are registered as a tribute to The Kashmir Files. With larger cities already being claimed, the poor now register names like Andheri Files, Khar-Danda Files and even South Bombay Files. I just wonder if my colleagues can still call themselves filmmakers or if, like the original nationalist Manoj Kumar, they all became officials. “
She continued: “20:00: My mother invited us to dinner, and while she gets upset about her granddaughter, I inform her that I have also registered a title based on a wave of Kashmir writings. “I’m making a movie called Nail File.” ‘About what? Catastrophic manicure, “he asks.”
Twinkle is married to actor Akshay Kumar and often jokes about how their political ideologies differ. Akshay spoke to the Bombay Times in 2017. He said: “Both Twinkle and I are not against anyone. She has her opinion and I have mine. That’s the way it should be between husband and wife. When I tell her to do things my way, it’s wrong for me. Such things can cause trouble and even disrupt a relationship. ”
Kashmir Files became the success story of the year. The film, directed by Vivek Agnihotri, earned Rs 331 million worldwide.