Article 370: Yami Gautam, Priyamani, and Real-Life Story

Article 370: Yami Gautam, Priyamani, and Real-Life Story

As an Indian, you are all aware of Article 370. Remember, on August 5, 2019, we all heard the news that the “Government of India revoked the special status, or autonomy, granted under Article 370 of the Indian Constitution to Jammu and Kashmir”? Now that we see the movie on this topic, it’s like the struggle of our PM and other politicians who have a dream of doing this. How they fight for it, and which characters are playing a big role in revoking Article 370. Yami Gautam, Priyamani, Kiran Karmarkar, Arun Govil, and Iravati Harshe in the trailer all look amazing.

Let’s talk about the trailer first, and then, if you have a question, what is Article 370? I tell you in a small, brief way.

Article 370 Trailer

Arun Govil and Kiran Karmarkar

The trailer looks too good, and this trailer will tell you what to expect from this movie. There are some fights you can expect, but it’s more about political issues and the journey of the PM of India, Narendra Modi, played by Arun Govil, Minister of Home Affairs of India. Amit Shah was played by Kiran Karmarkar; an NIA officer was played by Yami Gautam; and Rajeshwari Swaminathan was played by Priyamani. They all look too good in the movie. With so many other actors like Raj Zutshi, they look perfect for this movie.

This movie is directed by Aditya Suhas Jambhale, a two-time National Award-winning Goan film director, writer, and actor. Let’s talk about the simple story premise. Zooni Haksar, a young local field agent, is selected by Rajeshwari Swaminathan (Priyamani), who works in the Prime Minister’s Office, for a top-secret mission in the aftermath of the chaos that occurred in Kashmir in 2016.

Aim of theirs? Taking action against terrorist organizations and putting an end to the conflict economy in the valley, which is worth billions of dollars, by doing something completely impossible: abrogating the terrible Article 370. Not only that but without shedding even a single drop of blood that was not ours.

What is Article 370?

Article 370 granted exceptional authority to Jammu and Kashmir in the Indian Constitution, providing autonomy, a separate constitution, and a flag, except in defense, foreign affairs, finance, and communications. Revoked on August 5, 2019, by PM Modi through a Presidential Order and Parliament resolution, it led to the bifurcation of Jammu and Kashmir into two Union Territories.

The decision sparked controversy, with supporters emphasizing integration benefits while critics expressed concerns over the process and potential impacts on regional autonomy and rights.

Yami Gautam is pregnant

During the trailer launch, she announced that “our baby is on the way.” It is said that Yami is five and a half months pregnant, with a May due date. On June 4, 2021, Yami Gautam and Aditya Dhar tied the knot in Himachal Pradesh. They had become friends while filming Uri: The Surgical Strike, a war film released in 2019.

It’s also true that, between the shoots of Article 370, she is pregnant.

I am waiting for this in the last speech of Minister of Home Affairs of India Amit Shah, played by Kiran Karmarkar. When he stands in the assembly and gives a speech, it’s amazing—not just for Arun Govil but also for PM Modi. I think they both set the screen on fire. which will be released in theaters on February 23.

Abhishek Jain

Hello Readers, This is Abhishek Jain. I am the owner of From 2019 on, I worked as a digital marketer and content writer. Right now, I say that I love writing, and I already know that I love movies and anime. So, that's it. I hope you guys like my content.

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