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The Kashmir Files: Actress Pallavi Joshi has played the role of ‘Radhika Menon’ in the film, who is this professor in real life? – who is radhika menon of the kashmir files played by pallavi joshi

New Delhi: If you have seen the movie The Kashmir Files, you will be curious to know about the many characters who are featured in it. The film is claimed to be based on true events. In this film, Pallavi Joshi has played the role of Professor Radhika Menon of Jawaharlal Nehru University in Delhi. The film shows Radhika Menon inciting university students for the independence of Kashmir. Radhika Menon also wants to brainwash the lead character Krishna Pandit in the film. He contacts Krishna Pandit with Bitta Karate. Pallavi Joshi’s character is believed to have been originally inspired by JNU professor Nivedita Menon. In 2016, there was much controversy over Nivedita Mann’s speech to JNU students. That speech is featured in the film.


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According to Professor Nivedita Menon’s introduction on JNU’s website, she specializes in political theory, feminist theory and Indian politics. Nivedita, who teaches at the university’s Center for Comparative Politics and Political Theory, is well-known in the education sector. Before coming to JNU, he taught at Lady Shriram College for 15 years. Professor Nivedita has been repeatedly accused of having anti-India and anti-Hindu ideology.

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It may be mentioned that in March 2016, there were many protests in JNU. Meanwhile, Nivedita Mann spoke on nationalist principles and Kashmir’s involvement in the Indian Union. He said in his speech that India had illegally occupied Kashmir. An ABVP leader also lodged a police complaint against Nivedita’s speech. Speaking further, Nivedita clarified that he did not raise any anti-national slogans.

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The Kashmir files have been declared tax free in several states of the country. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has also praised the film and said that more films like The Kashmir Files need to be made so that people can know the truth. Everyone is reacting to this film. Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah said an inquiry should be held with a retired Supreme Court judge to bring the whole matter to light.


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