Yami Gautam's 'Article 370' banned in Gulf countries

In a recent turn of events, 'Article 370', starring Yami Gautam, has been banned in Gulf countries. The film, directed by Aditya Suhas Jambhale, released in theatres on February 23.
Yami Gautam's 'Article 370' banned in Gulf countries
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Yami Gautam's latest film, 'Article 370', has hit a roadblock as it faces a ban in Gulf countries. Despite performing well in both domestic and international markets and receiving praise from audiences and critics alike, this setback will affect the film's business in the international market. However, no official explanation for this step was provided by the certification board.

The ban in Gulf countries raises eyebrows, especially considering the vibrant tourism industry and the popularity of Indian cinema in the region. This ban echoes a similar fate experienced by Hrithik Roshan and Deepika Padukone's 'Fighter', which was also banned in all Gulf nations except the UAE.

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Yami Gautam's 'Article 370' banned in Gulf countries

In 'Article 370', Yami Gautam portrays Zooni Haksar, an intelligence officer, in a narrative set against the backdrop of the valley, revolving around the revocation of Article 370 and the special status of Jammu and Kashmir.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently referenced the film during an address in Jammu, expressing anticipation for its release, highlighting its potential to provide accurate information on the subject. In response, Yami expressed gratitude on Instagram, expressing hope to meet and exceed expectations in portraying this remarkable story.

Source: India Today

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