Yami Gautam, who will soon be seen in the film Article 370, shared about the struggles during the shoot of the project.
Yami Gautam and her husband Aditya Dhar promote the film, Article 370, in Mumbai.
Yami Gautam is currently engrossed in promoting her upcoming film Article 370. During the trailer launch, both she and her husband, filmmaker Aditya Dhar, confirmed the news of their pregnancy. The actress candidly admitted that shooting during this period was mentally exhausting for her. She revealed that she even filmed action sequences during the first few months of her pregnancy. Yami expressed gratitude to her husband, Aditya, and her team, recognizing them as her strongest supporters throughout this journey.
Addressing a press conference today, Yami Gautam said, "It was challenging. It was mentally draining too. I could write a thesis on it. There are so many questions, the firsts are always challenging. Suppose you ask me about motherhood and everything coming together. In that case, I really don't know what I would have done had Aditya not been there by my side, Lokesh bhayiyaa (Dhar’s brother-in-law), and everyone..."
In the 2-minute-40-second trailer of the film, Yami depicts Kashmir as a 'lost case,' expressing frustration over how the region's special status hinders her work as an intelligence officer. The trailer also portrays the escalation of terrorism in the area, with extremists aiming to seize control. Yami's character subsequently joins the NIA and receives authorization to undertake a mission in Kashmir. The government is resolute in its commitment to revoke Article 370, regardless of the cost. Despite political turmoil, both Yami and the government stand firm, as depicted in the trailer. Shashwat Sachdev's dramatic background score intensifies the heightened tensions portrayed.
On the professional front, Yami previously starred as a lawyer in OMG 2, a satire about sex education in India, alongside Akshay Kumar and Pankaj Tripathi. It emerged as one of the highest-grossing Hindi films of 2023.