Director of Kashmir Vivek Agnihotri File said he ignored the cartilage

Vivek Agnihotri, Director of the Kashmir File, has opened about the cine cartilage on his knee which has now given him a stress fracture as well. The filmmaker said he finally started his knee therapy after suffering a injury last year.

Sharing his knee picture wrapped, Vivek wrote on Twitter on Monday, “Finally, knee therapy begins. Fully ignored Miniscus (cartilage tear) for 1.5 years due to #Thekashmirfile. Continue to limp. It is worse. Now I also have a fracture of stress. Every time I have to choose between the body and work, I finally compromise my body. Must change this attitude. ”

He further shared a few photos of himself, standing with a stick for support, maybe in the Kashmir file set. He wrote, “This is December 24, 2020. When I slipped and tearing my cartilage. The doctor asked me to rest for 6-8 weeks. But as they said, the show must continue. The show continued, without interruption, for the next 18 months but my knee worsened. Today, who did I blame for ‘Fractures that Disliked Alone’? “The film maker shared the wrong year in the tweet and then corrected it until 2020.

Vivek has photographed Kashmir files at Mussoorie, Dehradun and Kashmir. The film revolves around the murder and exodus of Pandit Kashmir from Jammu and Kashmir during the 1990s. This stars Anupam Kher, Darshan Kumaar, Mithun Chakraborty, Pallavi Joshi, Puneet Issar and others. Has made more than ₹ 300 crore worldwide and is one of the most successful post-pandemic Hindi films.