Reasons Why 'Article 370' is Different from Other Indian vs. Pakistan Terrorism Movies

Discover how 'Article 370' redefines Indian cinema with its fresh perspective on Jammu & Kashmir's struggles and the bold exploration of political drama in Bollywood cinema. Read the listicle to know more.

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In the landscape of Indian cinema, where narratives often revolve around the conflict between India and Pakistan, Article 370 emerges as a unique and compelling addition. Directed by Aditya Suhas Jambhale and featuring powerful performances by Yami Gautam and Priyamani, this film promises to offer audiences a fresh perspective on the complexities of the region, shedding light on the struggles faced by the people of Jammu & Kashmir.


Here are five reasons why Article 370 stands apart from traditional narratives of terrorism and conflict:

Historical Significance and Smooth Resolution

Unlike typical terrorism stories that focus on the aftermath of attacks and military responses, Article 370 delves into a pivotal moment in Indian history—the revocation of Article 370. This move by the Indian government aimed to address the internal strife in Jammu & Kashmir and assert India's sovereignty over the region. The film portrays how this decision brought about a significant shift in the dynamics of the region, emphasizing the importance of diplomatic and legal interventions in resolving conflicts.


Exploration of Political Drama


While political dramas are relatively rare in Indian cinema, Article 370 boldly ventures into this territory, offering a nuanced and engaging portrayal of political intrigue and manoeuvring. The film delves into the intricacies of governance, diplomacy, and power dynamics, providing viewers with a comprehensive understanding of the events surrounding Jammu & Kashmir. By weaving together elements of politics, thrill, action, and drama, Article 370 offers a multifaceted cinematic experience that goes beyond conventional storytelling tropes.

Representation of Female Heroes


In a departure from the male-dominated narratives of nation-building and conflict resolution, Article 370 puts the spotlight on female protagonists who play pivotal roles in shaping the narrative. Yami Gautam's portrayal of an Intelligence Officer and Priyamani's depiction of a woman aiding in the resolution of the conflict highlight the strength and resilience of women in positions of power. By showcasing these female characters as integral to the story, the film challenges traditional gender roles and celebrates the contributions of women in addressing societal challenges.

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Fresh Directorial Talent

The film marks the directorial debut of Aditya Suhas Jambhale, whose previous work has earned him acclaim, including a National Award for his short film Aaba Aiktaay Naa?. With Article 370, Jambhale brings his distinctive vision and storytelling prowess to the big screen, offering audiences a fresh perspective on the subject matter. His innovative approach to direction, coupled with a compelling narrative, promises to captivate viewers and leave a lasting impression.


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Straight Forward Intent

Article 370 takes a refreshingly unbiased approach to its subject matter, avoiding overt political affiliations and instead focusing on the factual events and the impact played by the Indian government. Rather than portraying the issue through the lens of any specific political party or ideology, the film aims to present a balanced and objective view of the situation. By steering clear of partisan narratives, Article 370 encourages viewers to engage with the complexities of the issue without preconceived notions or biases.



As the recent trailer release for Article 370 generates excitement and anticipation among audiences, the film's release on February 23, 2024, promises to be a significant moment in Indian cinema. With its thought-provoking narrative, stellar performances, and commitment to authenticity, Article 370 stands poised to make a lasting impact, challenging viewers to rethink their perceptions of conflict and resolution. As audiences prepare to embark on this cinematic journey, they can expect to be both entertained and enlightened by this groundbreaking film.

What is ‘Article 370’?

Article 370 was a provision in the Indian Constitution that granted special autonomous status to the region of Jammu and Kashmir. It allowed the state to have its own constitution, flag, and autonomy over internal matters, except for defence, foreign affairs, finance, and communications. This article was seen as a temporary provision intended to facilitate the state's integration with India after its accession in 1947. However, on August 5, 2019, the Indian government revoked Article 370, thereby abolishing the special status of Jammu and Kashmir and integrating it fully into the Indian Union. This move sparked significant debate and controversy, both domestically and internationally.


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