Monday morning, Union Home Minister Amit Shah proposed the abrogation of Article 370 and Article 35A, which gave special status to Jammu and Kashmir. Soon after the proposal came up, right from Bollywood biggies to political dignitaries, all took to social media to congratulate Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the historic step. SpotboyE.com has been continuously updating you about the development of the big news. Now, after Anubhav Sinha’s Article 15 starring Ayushmann Khurrana, it’s being reported that filmmakers are now rushing to book the following titles for their movies - Article 370 and Article 35A.
Yes, that’s right! According to a report in Mumbai Mirror, over 50 titles pertaining to the historic move are said to have been registered at various Hindi film bodies. A source close to the development told the leading tabloid, “Taking a cue from the success of (Anubhav Sinha’s recently released Ayushmann Khurrana-starrer) Article 15, the titles ‘Article 370’ and‘Article 35A’ are the first choice of most filmmakers. The associations have received at least 25-30 applications for them,” reveals a source close to the development, adding that the more theatrically-inclined ones have opted for titles like ‘Kashmir Mein Tiranga’,‘Kashmir Hamara Hai’, ‘Dhara 370’ and ‘Dhara 35A’.
The source further reveals that top production houses are also entering the fray. “Some of them are keen to seek permission at the earliest to make a film on the event so that they can proceed with the research, cast and get other logistics in place,” the source added.
Not only that producer of PM Narendra Modi biopic featuring
Vivek Oberoi, Anand Pandit said that he had registered the titles ‘Article 370’
and ‘Article 35A’ a month ago. He told Mirror, “I wanted to explore why one
state was granted such privileges. But after the historic redrawing of our map
by our Prime Minister Narendra Modi, I have just found the perfect ending for
my film. From a film based on history, it is now going to be a historic film.”
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