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    Here are the films Recognized by Prime Minister Narendra Modi

    It’s not very often that our Honorary Prime Minister Narendra Modi takes time out from his busy schedule to acknowledge certain films. The recently released Yami Gautam starrer ‘Article 370’ was among the selected few that were acknowledged by the Prime Minister highlighting its societal impact and relevance. From Jio Studios and the maker of Uri: The Surgical Strike, comes Article 370, a high-octane action political drama, headlined by Yami Gautam and directed by National Award-winner Aditya Suhas Jambhale. Produced by Jyoti Deshpande, Aditya Dhar, and Lokesh Dhar, the film has been released in cinemas worldwide on 23rd February 2024.

    Here’s taking a look at notable films recognized by Narendra Modi ji that underline their significance in shaping public discourse, fostering national pride, and promoting cultural exchange.

    Whether by addressing pressing social issues or celebrating India’s cultural diversity, these films have left an indelible mark on audiences and garnered appreciation from the highest echelons of leadership.

    1. “Article 370”: This film delves into the intricate socio-political landscape surrounding the abrogation of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir. Prime Minister Modi’s acknowledgment of the film acknowledges its portrayal of a significant event in India’s history and its contribution to fostering dialogue and understanding on the subject.
    1. “Vaccine War”: In the midst of the global COVID-19 pandemic, “Vaccine War” emerged as a poignant documentary shedding light on the challenges and triumphs in the fight against the virus. Prime Minister Modi’s recognition of the film highlights its role in raising awareness about vaccination efforts and rallying collective action to combat the pandemic.
    1. “The Elephant Whisperer”: This documentary showcases the remarkable bond between humans and elephants, offering a heartwarming exploration of conservation efforts and coexistence. Prime Minister Modi’s acknowledgment of the film highlights its celebration of India’s rich biodiversity and the importance of environmental conservation.
    1. “The Kashmir Files”: A powerful portrayal of the exodus of Kashmiri Pandits from the Kashmir Valley, “The Kashmir Files” has sparked widespread debate and introspection. Prime Minister Modi’s recognition of the film acknowledges its courage in confronting a sensitive subject and its role in preserving the collective memory of a community’s struggles.
    1. “RRR”: A magnum opus of Indian cinema, “RRR” is a period drama directed by S.S. Rajamouli, known for his epic storytelling and grandeur. Prime Minister Modi’s acknowledgment of the film reflects its cinematic excellence and its contribution to promoting India’s rich cultural heritage on the global stage.

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