Yami Gautam’s Article 370 banned in all Gulf Countries after Fighter

Yami Gautam's Article 370 banned

Yami Gautam’s Article 370 banned in all Gulf Countries after Fighter

The Gulf States have banned Yami Gautam’s action-thriller political film Article 370 after banning another Indian film, Fighter. Although the domestic and international box office performance of Article 370 has been an outstanding success.

This film has received acclaim from audiences and film critics. However, the ban in the Gulf region further hinders the Hindi film industry by denying audiences in the area the opportunity to experience a highly-rated Indian cinematic production.

The banned Yami Gautam’s Article 370 film mainly explores common human feelings against the backdrop of a complex sociopolitical context. The entire story surrounds themes of identity, hardship, and resilience. It further dives into the goals and problems of individuals, which they confront throughout uncertain times, inspiring empathy and debate.

India finds the ban in Gulf countries surprising, especially since the Gulf region has a booming tourism business and Indian movies are still being filmed there. Many Indians believe there is a big difference between how much Bollywood has helped the entertainment business of the Gulf and how few Indian movies they allow the audience to view.

According to Indians, there are a lot of committed fans of Indian cinema in the Gulf, but the fact that movies like Article 370 are not showing up highlights a worrying trend of censorship and limited cultural exchange.

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However, the Gulf region has not passed any statement about the censorship of Article 370. They had already banned the Indian film, Fighter, released on Jan 25, 2024.

Yami Gautam plays the role of an intelligence officer in the film Article 370. It takes place in the valley and focuses on the abrogation of Jammu and Kashmir’s special status under Article 370.

The film is based on the historical event when the Central government withdrew Article 370. This article granted special status to the former state of Jammu and Kashmir. It divided the state into the union territories of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh.

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