After the much controversial trailer release of “The Accidental Prime Minister”, another film is good to go to bring a tempest up in political circles in front of Lok Sabha surveys this year.
The film is about the baffling conditions under which the second Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri died in Russia. Titled “The Tashkent Files”, the movie is directed by Vivek Agnihotri.
Agnihotri said he made this film after numerous individuals including top political pioneers like Atal Bihari Vajpayee and George Fernandes had communicated the requirement for managing the secret behind Shastri’s demise.
“On January 10, 1966, Shastri had consented to the Tashkent Arrangement… also, hours after the fact he passed on. A demise puzzle unsolved till date. Is it accurate to say that it was a heart assault or toxic substance? Reality of the greatest coverup has been denied to his family and us,” the chief told PTI.
Following his demise, the relatives of Shastri authoritatively asked for an after death to the then acting Prime Minister Gulzarilal Nanda, yet without much of any result, Agnihotri said.
“The family likewise had asked for previous Prime Ministers Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi, however was not noticed to indeed,” he included.
Agnihotri likewise said it is peculiar that India, the greatest majority rule government on the planet, has no data and report to reveal the puzzle behind Shastri’s passing.
“This issue has been brought up in Parliament throughout the previous 50 years but, we are attempting to discover reality. I grabbed the gauntlet and took a stab at finding reality, and consequently I recorded RTIs, however I was broken.
“The RTI said there is no data. Our cherished second head administrator passes on and the greatest vote based system on the planet does not have any data and reports,” he said.
Agnihotri, in any case, trusted the film may have an answer.
He trusts the film will change the story about Indian governmental issues. The film stars veteran performing artists Naseeruddin Shah and Mithun Chakraborty in significant jobs.
Agnihotri is wanting to discharge “The Tashkent Files” in a week ago on February or March.