Yami Gautam’s Article 370: A Tale of Emotions & Political Drama.

Article 370’s trailer has become a major talking point among her followers. Also, the anticipation and excitement surrounding the film have heightened, with fans eagerly discussing and dissecting the details presented in the gripping trailer. Yami Gautam’s dual announcement has added an extra layer of significance to the film, creating a buzz around both her joy and the promising content of the film. The film was released on screens on the 23rd of February.


This movie is essential viewing for all Indians, focusing on the abrogation of Article 370. The storyline provides an overview of Article 370, its significance, the reasons for its prolonged existence, and the steps taken to revoke its special status. The narrative also unfolds through the perspectives of two fictional characters who champion eliminating Jammu and Kashmir’s special status. Additionally, the film presents these reasons through various episodic subplots and scenes, drawing parallels to the information covered by national news channels that viewers can easily connect with.

Yami Gautam, Priyamani & Arun Govil in Article 370.
Yami Gautam, Priyamani & Arun Govil in Article 370.

Intelligence operative Zooni Haksar (played by Yami Gautam Dhar) stationed in Kashmir eliminates a militant named Burhan Wani, who is facing repercussions for deviating from protocol. Transferred to Delhi, she becomes disenchanted with less engaging tasks, contemplating leaving the forces. Enter Rajeshwari Swaminathan (portrayed by Priyamani), a bureaucrat in the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) in Delhi, recruiting Zooni to lead a mission for the National Intelligence Agency (NIA). As a team, they gear up for a mission related to the decision on Article 370, receiving backing from the Prime Minister (Arun Govil) and the Home Minister (Kiran Karmarkar).

Cast (Yami Gautam, Priyamani & Arun Govil)

Priyamani excels as a high-level bureaucrat in the PMO, while Yami Gautam Dhar, portraying Zooni Haksar, exudes intense focus driven by a poignant past, fitting her rule-defying role.

Zooni and Priyamani, as Rajeshwari, display remarkable intelligence. Zooni handles terrorists independently, and Rajeshwari devises a unique parliamentary strategy, bypassing the traditional legal team. Moreover, with the crucial support of influential political figures, Zooni and Rajeshwari they embarked on a mission, resolute in their determination to make history.

Renowned as Lord Rama, Arun Govil seamlessly embodies PM Modi, while Kiran Karmakar, portraying Amit Shah, closely resembles the real figure.


The film, even for those familiar with Kashmir Valley events and Article 370 abrogation, sustains an enthralling pace, avoiding dull moments. Grounded in real events, the movie adeptly portrays these incidents with a dose of drama and entertainment, elevating its overall appeal. It is also prepared for moments of audience applause throughout the screening. In my evaluation, I highly recommend catching ‘Article 370’ on the large screen!

If you haven’t seen the Trailer, check the review: Article 370: Yami Gautam steals the show as an NIA Officer. (

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