Israeli filmmaker Nadav Lapid has now called The Kashmir Files a ‘brilliant movie’ while maintaining that ‘no one can determine what is propaganda’. He still sticks by what he said about the film at the closing ceremony of International Film Festival of India on Monday, sparking major controversy. (Also read: Vivek Agnihotri announces The Kashmir Files Unreported amid IFFI row)

Nadav Lapid, who headed the jury at the government-organised film festival in Goa, said The Kashmir Files was a “propaganda movie” that had no place at a film festival, drawing a wave of criticism from people associated with the film, politicians and general public on social media.

Now, speaking to India today, he said about his comments, “On propaganda: no one can determine what is propaganda, I accept this fact, it’s a brilliant movie. What I have done it’s my duty to say what I see. it’s a…

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