Teenager Pays Tribute to Kashmiri Hindus; Authors a book

6th July 2021 – The plight and exodus of Kashmiri Hindus from the Kashmir valley is yet unknown to many, both in India and overseas. Many youngsters are unaware of the story. One of the last exoduses of Kashmiri Hindus from Kashmir took place in late 1980s and early 1990s. 19th January 1990 is when they were thrown out of their homes on gun-point. About 400,000 Kashmiri Hindus had to leave the valley and settle in other parts of India.

A 16-year-old Mumbai based teenager, Anushka Dhar, is now going to narrate the painful story of Kashmiri Hindu exodus through the lens of a young girl. She has authored a book named ‘NH 44 – Take Me Home’. Through this book, Anushka would place the trauma and sufferings of the Hindu community in front of the world and talk about the injustices which the community had to suffer. The book is already up for sale on Amazon India.

The book was launched at an event where Bollywood actor Anupam Kher was also present. He was all praises for the young lady and added that ‘some wounds should be kept alive’. He showed his intentions to make a movie on the basis of Anushka’s book. He also said that if the movies could be made on Jewish Holocaust, why not about Kashmiri Hindus. Anupam Kher is already part of a movie project and is working with Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri on his upcoming film ‘The Kashmir Files’ which is expected to be out soon.

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