Vivek Agnihotri To Investigate Shastri’s Death Factor

Vivek Agnihotri To Investigate Bahadur Shastri Death

Bollywood director Vivek Agnihotri declared on Wednesday that his latest film dedicated to India’s second Prime Minister, Lal Bahadur Shastri. He attempts to ask the question about the strange death of the leader, who died about 51 years ago on January 11. “It is my next film which dedicated to Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri sir, on his 51st death anniversary. Please help and participate ideas.

Vivek Agnihotri To Investigate Bahadur Shastri Death Factor

#WhoKilledShashtriji,” tweeted Agnihotri, who’s Buddha in a Traffic Jam found critical acclaim. “Death or murder, questions must be solved. Contribute ideas. It will be first crowdsourcing of plans for a film,” he added. Agnihotri also shared a poster, which reads: “I believe it is our democratic right to acknowledge that our 2nd Prime Minister Shri Lal Bahadur Shastriji has died a natural death, or, as alleged, was it an assassination? Why the cover-up?” Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri had died after some hours of the Tashkent Accord with Pakistan. The Tashkent Accord signed in 1966. He was of 61 years old when he died.

Vivek Agnihotri To Investigate Bahadur Shastri Death

Vivek Agnihotri is a screenwriter, producer and director, the film debut of him as a director is Chocolate: Deep Dark Secrets (2005). He also directs many movies like Dhan Dhana Dhan Goal (2007), Hate Story (2012), Zid (2014), Buddha in a Traffic Jam (2016), Junooniyat (2016). Agnihotri worked in advertising agencies including JWT, Ogilvy & Mather, and has been a founder member of McCann Erickson in India. After that, he starts making advertising films he made more than 100 promo films. Agnihotri is also the creator of Indian TV special programming which includes X Zone, Saturday Suspense, Gubbarey and Rishtey (television series). Agnihotri married to an anchor, film and theatre actress Pallavi Joshi and They have two children now.

Agnihotri’s film 2014 Buddha in a Traffic Jam its Indian premiere at Mumbai International Film Festival. Buddha in a Traffic Jam was an proper entry in the 7th Global International Film Festival. Agnihotri and Pallavi Joshi also awarded for a life achievement award for excellence in cinema.

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