Berlin Jewish Museum denies involvement in Agnihotri’s event Berlin: Jewish Museum denies Agnihotri’s claim of a scheduled tour

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The Berlin Jewish Museum has denied that Vivek Agnihotri, the director of the infamous Bollywood film ‘The Kashmir Files’, was invited to the event. The Berlin Jewish Museum has denied the filmmaker’s claim that he was invited to the Berlin Jewish Museum as part of their Humanity Tour. ‘The Wire’ reported that the museum director denied the allegations. Museum officials told Wire that they had not planned such an event.

“We have not planned any event with Agnihotri on our part or we do not know of any official visit,” museum officials said in an e – mail.

On May 26, Vivek Agnihotri announced a ‘Humanity Tour’ across Europe via his official Twitter handle. It was announced that he, his wife and actress Pallavi Joshi will be leading the tour. The Jewish Museum is the second institution to deny Vivek Agnihotri’s claim. Oxford University recently denied his claim.

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