“Grateful To Unemployed Bollywood,” Says Vivek Agnihotri As He Slams Reports Of Buying Rs.18 Crore Worth Flat

Vivek Agnihotri has emphatically responded to the news of him buying a favour flat worth Rs 18 crore in Mumbai after the extraordinary victory of his last film ‘The Kashmir Files’.

A few months back, as per reports claimed that Vivek and his spouseon-screen character Pallavi Joshi, obtained a luxurious flat on the 30th floor of Versova’s Parthenon Towers, which has been created by Ecstasy Realty. The flat, which spreads over a 3,258 sq ft zone and comes with three car stopping openings, was bought by the couple for a whopping Rs.18 crore.

The filmmaker shared a screenshot of the news on his Twitter handle and composed, “I am really grateful to all the Congressis, AAPiyas and unemployed Bollywoodiyas for building new apartments for me everyday and also for furnishing them with luxury furniture. I really liked the sofa which came from 10 Janpath. Thank you everyone. Thank you @ikaveri ji.”

Vivek has come under the scanner once more for his film on the departure and killings of Kashmiri Pandits within the 90s. It restarted when Israeli filmmaker Nadav Lapid said The Kashmir Files is publicity and a obscene film. Nadav was the jury chairperson at the as of late concluded 53rd International Film Festival of India and made his explanation at the closing ceremony of the celebration.

Moreover, Nadav has presently apologized for his comments. The Kashmir Files was composed and coordinated by Vivek Agnihotri additionally highlighted Anupam Kher, Mithun Charaborty, Darshan Kumaar, and Pallavi Joshi. In the interim, Vivek Agnihotri has shared a few stills whereas working on his following extend, ‘The Vaccine War’.