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“Article 370: A Riveting Political Epic with Yami Gautam and Priyamani”

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Movie Rating- 3 Stars out of 5

Cast: Yami Gautam, Priyamani, Arun Govil and Kiran Karmarkar

MOVIE REVIEW BY RATAN SRIVASTAVA- Director Aditya Jambhale’s latest venture, Article 370, stands as a testament to his storytelling finesse. Producer Aditya Dhar’s differentiation between his directorial debut, URI: The Surgical Strike, as a “war drama,” and Article 370 as a “political” film is evident in Jambhale’s meticulous execution. The movie flawlessly embraces its political theme, serving unabashedly in the realm of Indian politics.

Much like URI, Article 370 is a professionally crafted production with impressive action sequences, dialogue sans melodrama, and efficient acting. Yami Gautam, one of the era’s finest actors, delivers a stellar performance, portraying an intelligence operative with emotional depth and professional acumen. Arun Govil’s commendable portrayal of Narendra Modi adds authenticity to the political narrative.

Gautam and Priyamani, impeccably dressed as senior bureaucrats in the PMO, lend credibility and gravitas to the film’s momentous legislation. Gautam, in her role as a Kashmiri Pandit, adeptly shoulders the emotional and professional burdens portrayed in the film. Article 370 concludes with a flourish, expertly building tension in a race against time, simultaneously unfolding in the compelling backdrops of Srinagar and Delhi. The film emerges as a riveting political epic, seamlessly blending drama, patriotism, and masterful storytelling.

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