Starring: Zarina Wahab, Naveen Pandit, Anshul Trivedi, Abhay Bhargava, Rohit Sagar Girdhar, Veer Hiren Bhanushali
Genre: Socio-Political Drama
Director: Divyansh Pandit
By Yogesh Mishra
Kashmiriyat is a short film with a big message. Director Divyansh Pandit has beautifully showcased how Kashmiriyat was thrown out from Kashmir in 90s when Kashmiri Pandits were forced to leave the Kashmir valley. Despite of this big incident, some of the local Muslims continued their torture on the soul of Kashmir. This beautiful movie is all about Kashmir and its culture which is known as the soul of the state.
The story revolves around Liyaqat (Naveen Pandit) who is playing the role of an educated Kashmiri Muslim involved in spreading terrorism in Kashmir valley. Veteran actress Zarina Wahab is playing the role of a mother. The story doting mother and her son encompassing religious, political and social conflicts mushrooming in the region. High octane drama, action, emotional moments and a dramatic tripartite confrontation, together forms this short – Kashmiriyat.
Once again audience can see the mind-blowing performance of veteran actress Zarina Wahab. Her character as a mother is the heart and soul of this film. She compelled audience to believe in her acting once again. She is the centre of attraction in the film. On the other side actor Naveen Pandit has also impressed the audience with his natural acting. Other actors like Anshul Trivedi, Abhay Bhargava, Rohit Sagar Girdhar and Veer Hiren Bhanushali have also justified their roles.
Overall, this is a nice attempt by director Divyansh Pandit. We can say that, this movie is a thin line between Kashmir and Kashmiriyat. This is a must watch.
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