These Posters Of Celebrities Written To as Kashmir Violence Victims Will Curdle Your Blood

....and the internet is REACTING.

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This series of letters to celebrities by Never Forget Pakistan on their Facebook page is taking the internet by storm—with people both shaken and upset as a result. In each letter, a celebrity is spoken to directly as though they are the victims of an atrocity as well, the Kashmiri youth's compatriots. The thought behind it, 'What if you knew the victims', is meant to hit the average Joe hard with the reality of what is happening in Kashmir—and while it rings true with some, the internet is rife with people upset by this depiction. 

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(These pictures were created by Never Forget Pakistan and NOT Cosmopolitan India)

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