Anupam Kher’s latest release ‘The Kashmir Files' has reaffirmed the fact that Kher is one of the most talented and versatile actors in Bollywood. His brilliant portrayal of Pushkar Nath Pandit in the Vivek Agnihotri’s directorial has left everyone awestruck. But do you know after the film was released, priests started visiting Anupam’s house every 3-4 days to perform a puja for him, and that too without him asking them to do so? Yes, you read that right! The veteran actor revealed the same on his social media handles
Taking to his Instagram handle, Anupam shared a video wherein two priests can be seen doing puja and showering rose petals on the actor’s head. They also recited shlokas as the actor stands with a yellow dupatta wrapped around his shoulders and holding a book in his hand. Alongside the clip, the actor wrote, “For the last few days or say after the release of #TheKashmirFiles, every third and fourth day pandits or priests come to my building, do puja and leave without asking for anything. I am grateful after getting their blessings! Har Har Mahade! #KuchBhiHoSaktaHai #Blessed.” ALSO READ: The Kashmir Files: ‘Emotional’ Salman Khan DID THIS After Watching Anupam Kher Starrer-Find OUT
On Thursday, the Special 26 actor has shared his last photo with his late father Pushkar Nath and said he dedicates ‘The Kashmir Files’ to him. In his heartfelt post, Anupam also mentioned that the “simplest soul on earth” his father longed to go to Kashmir but he couldn’t.
The Kashmir Files also starred Darshan Kumaar, Mithun Chakraborty, and Pallavi Joshi in pivotal roles. The film narrated a heart-wrenching story of the exodus and killings of Kashmiri Pandits in the Jammu and Kashmir valley in 1990. The movie was released on 11 March and is inching closer to earn Rs. 250 crore mark at the box office.
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