Some of the much in demand titles are, ‘370 Article’, ‘Article 35 A scrapped’, Kashmir Mein Tiranga, Kashmir Hamara Hai, among many others.
Ever since the removal of ‘Article 370’ and ‘Article 35’, Jammu and Kashmir, now the union territories of India, has become the hottest topic of discussion all over the social media. When it comes to Bollywood, the filmmakers lead the race, as film producers are in the race to register titles for their films based on ‘Article 370’ and ‘Article 35 A’.
According to reports from Live Mint, some of the much in demand titles are, ‘370 Article’, ‘Article 35 A Scrapped’, Kashmir Mein Tiranga, Kashmir Hamara Hai, among many others.
This is not something new in Bollywood, where the filmmakers have tried cashing on such hot topics and events. One of the best examples is Vicky Kaushal and Yami Gautam starrer ‘URI: The Surgical Strike‘, based on a real incident which took place in September 2016 in Kashmir. The film which released early this year was very well received by the audience all over and had set cash registers ringing at Box Office.
Also in February, there was a tiff between numerous film producers over the title registration for their films on events based on the Pulwama attacks. Some of the titles that were applied by the film producers for the registration based on Pulwama attacks are, ‘Pulwama: The Deadly Attack’, ‘Pulwama Prior Attack’, ‘Pulwama Terror Attack’, to name a few among many other titles.
Filmmakers these days leave no stone unturned, as patriotic and real-life stories are very much in demand these days. Most importantly realistic films based on real events, which are very much liked by moviegoers. Some of the best examples are films like ‘Border‘, ‘Kesari‘ among others.