Article 370: A Thorn in the Side of National Integration or a Shield for Kashmir’s Uniqueness?
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Article 370: A Thorn in the Side of National Integration or a Shield for Kashmir’s Uniqueness?

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Article 370: A Thorn in the Side of National Integration or a Shield for Kashmir’s Uniqueness?

The Bollywood film Article 370, which stars Arun Govil, Priyamani, and Yami Gautam, has opened in theaters. The PMO’s decision to withdraw Jammu and Kashmir’s special status is the basis for the film, which was directed by the National Award-winning Aditya Suhas Jambhale. Social media outlets are now hosting public reviews of the film, and most of them are favorable.

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“It’s the feel-good movie of the year – I found it very touching,” a fan commented. Naturally, a “feel-good” movie uplifts your spirits! The adjective “touching” denotes an emotional impact. Bravo, Yami Gautam, and colleagues. What a movie. A revelation. A must-see movie. “#JaiHind”

Article 370: A Thorn in the Side of National Integration or a Shield for Kashmir's Uniqueness?
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A Gripping Exploration of a Divisive Issue:

“It is gripping yet simplistic and tells the most effective story entertainingly,” commented a Canadian user. The plot keeps your interest, and Yami Gautam never lets you down—her acting in this role is exceptional. Yami Gautam is one of those endearing actors who always makes you want to watch them even if they are simply standing in the picture. Priyamani is captivating and parallel at the same time. Without a doubt the best 2024 film to date.”

As was appropriately expressed in Parliament, “Article 370 is not just a movie; it reflects emotions and Rashtraneeti over vested interests selfless sacrifices of numerous souls change after abrogation has affected only 3 names.” Another person wrote, “Itihaas banaane k liye itihaas likhna padta hai NayaBhaarat.”

Another user commented, “OMG. The narration, the background music, and the example of researching the information. How to convey intricate details in such a straightforward manner. They are “calling a spade a spade” in a direct manner. focusing on women in the film and addressing some delicate subjects”

The movie is a superb political thriller, according to trade analyst Sumit Kadel. “#Article370 is a TOP NOTCH POLITICAL THRILLER that masterfully explores the abrogation of the Article 370 Act in Jammu and Kashmir,” the writer said on X. The screenplay keeps viewers interested from beginning to end because it is captivating and goes at a breakneck speed.

The book deftly recounts all the significant events leading up to the abrogation, such as the assassination of hated terrorist Burhan Wani, the Pulwama assault, the convoluted legal procedures involved, and a few other startling episodes.”

Former JNU student applauds the Article 370 film

Former Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) student activist Shehla Rashid has lauded the movie Article 370, saying it reveals the inner story of the bloodless removal of Article 370 without causing division. Sharing images from the special screening on X (formerly Twitter), the former JNU student wrote, “Four stars to AdityaDharFilms’s 370 for casting (esp. Amit bhai), action sequences, strong female characters, and sensitivity.” explains the inside tale of the nonviolent removal of the “370” paper wall without resorting to hyperbole or sowing discord. Warmest regards, @yamigautam.”

The film doesn’t shy away from the emotional weight of the issue. We see the pain and anger of those who feel betrayed by the abrogation, as well as the hope and optimism of those who believe it represents a step towards a more unified and prosperous Kashmir.

But “Article 370” is more than just a collection of talking heads. The film masterfully utilizes archival footage, animation, and evocative visuals to transport viewers to the heart of the conflict. We witness the beauty of the Kashmir Valley, the scars of violence, and the everyday struggles of its people.

Is the film objective? Perhaps not entirely. There’s a clear thread of empathy for the Kashmiri people and their aspirations, but the film also presents the arguments of the Indian government and its supporters fairly. Ultimately, it leaves the audience to grapple with the complexities of the issue and form their conclusions.

“Article 370” is not an easy watch. It’s a film that will challenge your preconceptions, spark debate, and leave you pondering long after the credits roll. It’s a must-watch for anyone interested in understanding the complexities of Kashmir and the far-reaching implications of the abrogation of Article 370.

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