The director of 'The Kashmir Files' Vivek Agnihotri has spoken openly about the fracture in his knee. Due to this now he has also suffered a stress fracture. The filmmaker said he has finally started his knee therapy after suffering an injury last year. Sharing a picture of his tied knee, Vivek on Monday took to Twitter and wrote, "Finally starting knee therapy. I kept ignoring this injury for 1.5 years because of The Kashmir Files.

Vivek Agnihotri further wrote, “Now it has become worse. Now I have a stress fracture too. Whenever I have to choose between body and work, I compromise with my body. This attitude should be changed..” Vivek further wrote, “It was the day – 24th December 2021. When I slipped and my cartilage was torn. Doctors advised me to take rest for 6-8 weeks.

Vivek Agnihotri further wrote, "But as they say, the show must go on. For the next 18 months, the show went on without interruption but my knee broke. Today, who am I to blame for the 'self-inflicted-fracture'?" The filmmaker shared the wrong year in the tweet and later corrected it to be the correct year 2020.

'The Kashmir Files' earns over 300 crores
Vivek shot 'The Kashmir Files' in Mussoorie, Dehradun, and Kashmir. The film revolves around the killings and exodus of Kashmiri Pandits from erstwhile Jammu and Kashmir during the 1990s. Anupam Kher, Darshan Kumar, Mithun Chakraborty, Pallavi Joshi, Puneet Issar, and other veteran actors were in the film. The film has earned more than 300 crores worldwide and is one of the most successful Hindi films after the pandemic.

Vivek in preparation for 'The Delhi Files'
In April, Vivek announced that after the success of The Kashmir Files, he was now working on The Delhi Files. However, he did not share much information about the subject on which the film will be based. Vivek and actor-producer Pallavi Joshi, who is known to be the visionary duo, recently came back from their 'Humanity Tour', which was scheduled from May 28 to June 28.