Why Tashkent Files is a must-watch movie

The Tashkent Files is a brilliant movie by the young and brave couple Vivek Agnihotri and Pallavi Joshi. And it is one of the best films I have watched on a historical event, especially in an India context. Every patriot should watch this movie.

The movie begins with questions being asked about our second PM Lal Bahadur Shastri’s sudden and suspicious death in Tashkent. It touches on the vanishing of Subhas Chandra Bose and the mystery surrounding his disappearance.

The Tashkent Files is not just about the death of Shastri or the questions they ask about Bose: It is also about the future of this nation.

It tells us amongst many other truths, that, 21 of the candidates for the 1971 elections were KGB agents and that another 11 were funded by the KGB. That the then PM Indira Gandhi used to be given millions of dollars for selling out this country, we call our home.

University professors, historians, activists, judicial officers, politicians, administrators, social workers, media professionals were on the payrolls of the foreign spy agency. They re-colonised this land with the help of the traitors in the Indian National Congress, CPI(M), CPI and many other political entities.

Most of mainstream media outlets have panned this movie. Many journalists have refused to review the film. This open attack on, an Indian citizen’s right to freedom of expression, is being endorsed as right by the INC’s Ahmed Patel.

So I say, every nationalist must watch this movie… Watch it, not because it answers your questions… watch it so that you, too, begin to question the lies that you are fed through books, media, educational institutions and arts.
Are we going to allow a mentally negligible, morally bankrupt bunch of people who pretend to be Indians and play costume party at our most sacred Hindu Temples to come back into power?

The Election Commission of India banned the PM Modi biopic but let #TashkentFiles through…And believe me, it is Tashkent Files that will cause the most damage to them than Vivek Oberoi’s film.

The Tashkent Files is a hard-hitting, definitive statement from a director who not only knows his craft but is very politically savvy. If you care that your children be born in a free country begin by supporting movies like this where truth is being sought out.