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Vivek Agnihotri to complete trilogy, announces The Delhi Files

The poster features the state emblem of India with the shadow of a Sikh kid

Published: 13th September 2021
Vivek Agnihotri announces The Delhi Files

After The Tashkent Files and The Kashmir Files, director Vivek Agnihotri has announced The Delhi Files, the latest in his trilogy of 'untold stories of independent India.'

The poster of The Delhi Files was revealed today. It features the state emblem of India with the shadow of a Sikh kid. The film bears the tagline, 'Right to Life'.

"Few years back, I started telling untold stories of independent India.

1. #TheTashkentFiles - Right To Truth.

2. #TheKashmirFiles - Right To Justice (releasing soon)

Happy to announce the last & the boldest of the trilogy:

3. #TheDelhiFiles - Right To Life. Pls bless us," Vivek tweeted on Monday.

Released in 2019, The Tashkent Files was about a committee probing the death of Lal Bahadur Shastri. The same year, Vivek announced The Kashmir Files, a film about the exodus of Kashmiri Hindus. Starring Anupam Kher, The Kashmir Files has wrapped production and is awaiting release. Vivek has also collaborated with Anupam on The Last Show, co-starring Satish Kaushik. 

The Delhi Files will be produced by Abhishek Agarwal Arts and Vivek's I am Buddha Production. You can check out the poster here -

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