In Article 370, Yami Gautam plays an intelligence officer in a story that takes place in a valley and centers on the removal of special status to Jammu & Kashmir.
After the intriguing teaser and the first track, 'Dua.', the makers of the upcoming action-packed political drama 'Article 370' starring Yami Gautam have now released the gripping trailer of the film.
In the trailer, Yami's character of an intelligence officer battles corruption and terrorism in Kashmir while wearing a ferocious avatar. Article 370, which is helmed by the National Award-winning Aditya Suhas Jambhale, is set to provide a gripping story and thrilling experience, featuring some amazing performances. The movie also stars Priyamani, Vaibhav Tatwawadi, Arun Govil, and Raj Arjun among others.
In the 2-minute and 40-second clip, Yami Gautam finds herself torn between the political instability stemming from Jammu & Kashmir's special status and the obstacles the military and the political parties must overcome to get rid of it. Amidst the captivating context of Article 370, the trailer provides a tense peek into the top-secret sequence of events and the extraordinary circumstances that culminated in an unparalleled and momentous result of nullifying Article 370.
"Poora ka poora Kashmir, Bharat desh ka hissa tha, hai aur rahega," was the caption attached to the trailer when it was shared.
"Being the director of a film which covers such an important chapter of our Indian history is an experience in itself," director Aditya Suhas Jambhale earlier said while talking about the film. He added that in a way that is never seen before, politics and action are expertly balanced in this film. He revealed that mostly filmed in Delhi and Kashmir, this movie offers an insight into the remarkable story of making 'Article 370' ineffective. "I firmly believe that the audience will feel the story's impact on the same level as we did during its creation," he added.
On February 23, 2024, the movie is scheduled for release in theaters all around the world. It is helmed by two-time National Award-winner Aditya Suhas Jambhale.