Shikara Movie
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Shikara movie review, story, cast, trailer & More

So, guys, we are here with a new awesome movie which will release on 7th February 2020. The name of this new Bollywood Hindi movie is Shikara- the untold story of Kashmir Pandits. The story of this film is all about the untold story of Kashmir Pandits. This film based on historical and romantic drama. Shikara movie is produced and directed by  Vidhu Vinod Chopra under his own banner, Vinod Chopra Films. 

“Shikara” Movie story

Shikara Movie

The full story of this film is that there is the biggest forced migration in Independent India. But thereafter more than 4,00,000 pandits of Kashmir want to flee the Kashmir valley. These all are seen in the story of resilience in the face of insurmountable odds. They all are already set up against the backdrop of the awesome or beautiful valley of Kashmir, And this film Shikara told you about the 90s ugly exodus of Kashmiri pandits from their homeland. After 30 years it takes the exact place where the actual events took place.

“Shikara” Movie Cast

Directed by

  • Vidhu Vinod Chopra

Produced by

  • Vidhu Vinod Chopra

Screenplay by

  • Vidhu Vinod Chopra
  • Rahul Pandita
  • Abhijat Joshi

Story by

  • Vidhu Vinod Chopra

Starring

  • Aadil Khan
  • Sadia

Music by Songs:

  • Sandesh Shandilya
  • Abhay Sopori

            Score:

  • A. R. Rahman
  • Qutub-E-Kripa

Cinematography

  • Rangarajan Ramabadran

Edited by

  • Vidhu Vinod Chopra
  • Shikhar Misra

Production company

  • Vinod Chopra Films

Distributed by

  • Fox Star Studios

Shikara Movie

“Shikara” Movie Review

Twenty years ago, producer-director Vidhu Vinod Chopra brought ‘Mission Kashmir’ starring Hrithik-Sanjay Dutt. Once again, they take the audience through the nineties through Shikara, When about 4 lakh Kashmiri Pandits were expelled from their homes and displaced. Due to the sensitive theme of the film, there was a demand to stop the release of the film, but the final film has got the approval for release.

The story begins with a flashback, where Aman Chan was in Kashmir and in the beautiful plains, the love of Kashmiri Pandit poet and professor Shiv Dhar (Adil Khan) for peace (Sadia Khan) thrives. He reveals his heart to his best friend and the friend takes their love to the wedding destination.

Then the spark of separation erupts and she creates a fierce fire, forcing not only Shiva and Shanti but millions of Kashmiri Pandits to go homeless from their homes. In this connection, Shiva and Shanti also lose many loved ones. These people have been displaced by 30, But he still hopes to return home. Meanwhile, their lives go through many ups and downs, but Shiva and Shanti’s love for each other does not diminish.

Director Vidhu Vinod Chopra, who raised the issue of displacement of Kashmiri Pandits through an unbreakable love story. The story has many layers, Which shows how the separatist and selfish elements ruined the integrity of Kashmir, but as the story progresses, it becomes more of an issue-less love story.

The director raised this issue, but he did not get into the depths of being safe. The film’s narrative is dull, but Rangarajan Rambardan’s cinematography is beautiful. After the interval, the story gets pulled a bit and you get an idea of ​​the climax. AR Rahman’s background score reflects the subject’s sensitivity to the quality of the heart. Sandesh Shandilya’s music strengthens the film.

Both new faces like Adil Khan and Saadia Khan have delivered strong performances. Both the characters in the story are seen to play a 30-year time frame, so young Saadia is as beautiful and innocent as she is, even in middle age. Adil has also played both Young and loved part well, Zain Khan Durrani and Priyanshu Chatterjee add to the story with their memorable characters. The supporting characters are mediocre.

“Shikara” Movie trailer

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