The film 'The Kashmir Files' has opened every page of the atrocities on Kashmiri Pandits three decades ago. This film told the world how atrocities were perpetrated on Kashmiri Pandits in the 1990s. This film told us everything that we had never heard or seen before. Actor Anupam Kher has shared his 29-year-old video amidst the commotion about this film across the country.

In this years-old video, Anupam Kher is seen narrating the pain of Kashmiri Pandits. He wrote in his post-A seminar was organized by him in Delhi in 1993 after the massacre of Kashmiri Hindus! Where I was asked to say something along with honoring. Here is that speech. I have always tried to be the voice of these refugees in my own country.#TheKashmirFiles #Merafarz

In this video, Anupam Kher is seen saying- I am not here today as a film actor or any special person. I stand here as a brother, nephew, and son. I stand for that brother, that nephew, and that son whose family members were forced to leave the place where he had lived or lived since childhood. Sometimes one wonders how it all happened. feel sad.'

Feeling the pain of his family, the actor says- 'My uncle, uncle, had to live 500-1000 km away like a frightened refugee, in a broken truck. When we have our own home, we will go to our home. And no force can stop us from going home, because if there is any peace-loving community, it is Kashmiri Pandits.

Let us tell that this film has been told about how Kashmiri Pandits had to leave their homes and run away on the black night of 1990. Many Kashmiri Pandits were murdered. The film is released on March 11. It stars Anupam Kher, Pallavi Joshi, and Mithun Chakraborty in the lead roles. Some Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) ruled states, including Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat, have made the film tax-free.