Film released, on lockdown in Indian Occupied Kashmir
Leading Pakistani film writer and director, Ibrahim Baloch, has released a film based on the lockdown situation in occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
Baaghi TV: Digital Entertainment Platform C-Prime’s short film “Article 370” released on its YouTube channel tells the story of the life of Lockdown in the Occupied Territories since last year. “Article 370” is an emotional story of heartbreak, sacrifice and trying to get out of the most difficult situations.
This short film depicting Indian atrocities on unarmed Kashmiris in the occupied valley is the story of a quiet married girl, Gul-e-Rana, who is looking forward to better days in her life.
The director of the film Ibrahim Baloch says that the film tries to be as neutral as possible and the main purpose of making the film is to bring the situation of Kashmiris in the occupied valley before the world. To be drawn towards the Indian atrocities that are taking place.
Maryam Nafees, who plays Gul-e-Rana, is a Pakistani television actress. She stepped into Television as Zarmine in the TV drama Diyar-e-Dil. The film has been produced by Madiha Majeed.
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