The documentary film “Kashmir: the war on the roof of the world” opened a new discussion on JK

The film is showing the indiscriminate pallet gun shooting, direct firing on people, injured people, and dead bodies of Kashmiris carried out daily.
The film is 1 hour and eighteen minutes long which show two different aspects of the valley, it shows the beauty of the river and peaky mountains and bloodshed and mourns of its people.

A French Filmmaker opened a new discussion on Kashmir when he released his documentary film “Kashmir: War on the roof of the world”. Paul Comito’s documentary exposes genocide of Kashmiris by Indian forces in the Indian administrated Jammu Kashmir.


The film is showing the indiscriminate pallet gun shooting, direct firing on people, injured people, and dead bodies of Kashmiris carried out daily.
The film is 1 hour and eighteen minutes long which show two different aspects of the valley, it shows the beauty of the river and peaky mountains and bloodshed and mourns of its people.


Paul Comiti said that the documentary took 18 months of him to get completed and meanwhile he visited and meet different Hurriyat leaders from the valley and the victims of pellet guns. Paul Comiti was arrested by Indian authorities in 2017 with the allegations that he violated the visa regulation and entered Jammu Kashmir without the permit.

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