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    Article 370 Movie Review: Explore the Complexities of Kashmir’s Politics in Gripping Drama

    <strong>Article 370 Movie Review Rating: </strong>

    Star Cast: Yami Gautam, Priyamani, Arun Govil, and Vaibhav Tatwawadi

    Director: Aditya Suhas Jambhale

    What’s Good: The make-up department has done an excellent job

    What’s Bad: The makers’ confusion about whether it’s fiction or based on real incidents!

    Loo Break: It’s a long movie; you can take as many, especially in the first half

    Watch or Not?: If you want to question the motives and ignorance, probably or don’t

    Language: Hindi

    Available On: Theatrical release

    Runtime: 160 Minutes

    “Silenced Echoes” follows Zooni Haksar, a Kashmiri activist, and Rajeshwari Swaminathan, a government bureaucrat, as they navigate Kashmir’s turbulent politics. Tensions rise after Burhan Wani’s encounter and the Pulwama attack, leading to debates about revoking Article 370, Kashmir’s special status.

    Directed by Aditya Suhas Jambhale, the film unfolds in six chapters, exploring Kashmir’s history and the implications of revoking Article 370. Zooni grapples with loyalty to her homeland and duty to maintain peace, while Rajeshwari seeks stability, even at the cost of Kashmir’s autonomy.

    Starring Yami Gautam as Zooni and Priyamani as Rajeshwari, “Silenced Echoes” challenges viewers to confront their biases and engage with Kashmir’s complex realities. It’s a reflection of silenced voices and untold stories shaping Kashmir’s uncertain future.

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