The Vadodara Film and Design Festival inaugurated by film legend Vivek Agnihotri

Agnihotri inspired the audience of aspiring filmmakers with his unique perspectives and extensive experience


New Delhi : Parul Institute of Design kicked off their five-day Vadodara Film and Design Festival (VFDF) with a discussion by acclaimed filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri. Agnihotri, who is also a film producer, screenwriter, and novelist, spoke to aspiring filmmakers about his experience and achievements in the Hindi film business. His film “Tashkent Files,” which premiered in 2022 and won him a National Award, is his claim to fame.

During his discussion, Agnihotri inspired the audience of aspiring filmmakers with his unique perspectives and extensive experience. As a spokesman of Indian film and a member of the Indian Central Board of Film Certification, he advocated for new artists to show their patriotism through their work. One of VFDF’s primary goals is the development of regional film evaluation standards, which he also highlighted.

Agnihotri hopes that sharing his enthusiasm for Indic culture and history would encourage young people to develop their own unique perspectives and tell compelling stories. He has, and will continue to, encourage the next generation of writers and artists to use their voices to advocate for their country.

At the Vadodara Film and Design Festival (VFDF), filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri, who will helm the 2022 blockbuster “The Kashmir Files,” spoke openly with the audience. He explained how he came up with the idea for “The Kashmir Files” by talking about his visit to a doctor who was a Pandit from Kashmir. Agnihotri was challenged by the doctor to create a film based on their experience, and he accepted. In addition, he encouraged young people to be themselves and not worry about what others think.

Agnihotri, who is also known for his hit movie “Tashkent Files,” spoke openly about the challenges he faced in promoting his movies in Bollywood. The conversation was marked by Agnihotri’s honesty and candor.

In addition to his work in film, Agnihotri is a passionate public speaker on Indic civilization and culture, as well as topics such as “Creative Consciousness” and “Success Plus.” He has spoken at prestigious platforms, including Ted, Harvard University Conclave, Neeti Aayog, Ideas India Conclave, World Hindu Congress, Indo-US Chamber of Commerce, FICCI, and more. His appearance at the Parul Institute of Design is another step in his quest to promote film excellence.

Filmmaker Manish Saini and actors Malhar Thaker and Monal Gajjar of the film “Shubh Yatra” were also present at the event. They praised the university’s commitment to promoting regional cinema and premiered their film.