The Kashmiri-made Bollywood film ‘Welcome to Kashmir’ has received a stupendous response in Srinagar. The film, which premiered on May 27, was met with thunderous applause and resonated with the hearts and minds of local audiences.
The film is a coming-of-age story about a young Kashmiri man who dreams of becoming a filmmaker. He sets out to make a film about the beauty and resilience of his homeland, despite the challenges he faces.
The film’s director, Adil Hussain, said that he was overwhelmed by the response to the film. “I am so happy that the people of Kashmir have embraced our film,” he said. “This is a film about our homeland, and it is our story.”
The film’s producer, Sanjay Suri, said that the film’s success is a testament to the power of cinema. “Cinema has the power to bring people together,” he said. “It can bridge divides and create understanding. I am so proud that our film has been able to do that.”
The film’s success is a major milestone for Kashmiri cinema. It is the first Kashmiri-made film to be released in a major commercial theater. The film’s success is a sign of the growing popularity of Kashmiri cinema and the potential for a vibrant local film industry.
The film has also been praised by critics. The Times of India called it “a heartwarming and inspiring film that is sure to leave a lasting impression.” The Hindu said that the film is “a must-see for anyone who wants to understand Kashmir.”
‘Welcome to Kashmir’ is a landmark film for Kashmiri cinema. It is a film that is sure to be remembered for years to come.