Aditya Jambhale's 'Article 370' is a standout among Kashmir films – know how
Mumbai. In a statement, director Aditya Jambhale revealed the unique features that set Article 370 apart from other films focused on Kashmir. Jambhale emphasized the film's commitment to exploring the multifaceted aspects of Kashmir, a land renowned for its natural beauty, yet plagued by conflict.
“Kashmir is a land of natural beauty, that is why it is called 'paradise'. But at the same time, it is also disputed, which has ruined its image. In Article 370, we dealt with the major core of the problem. We tried Understand why Kashmir is the way it is today. How Article 370 played a role in this change, leading to the eternal conflict-ridden situation in Kashmir. There are no heroes, no villains. There is a lot of politics and drama, and We have tried to go as deep as possible into the complex socio-political fabric of Kashmir, I don't think any film has done this with such authenticity yet,” said director Aditya.
Article 370 stands as a genre-defining political drama, offering an authentic portrayal of the abrogation of Article 370 and the complex socio-political landscape of Kashmir. Featuring Yami Gautam in an unprecedented action-packed role and Priyamani in an interesting political avatar, the film promises a captivating blend of adrenaline-pumping action and thought-provoking political drama.
As the nation eagerly awaits its release, Jio Studios and B62 Studios take pride in presenting a film that every Indian loves. 'Article 370' is a testament to the power and spirit of storytelling in cinema.