Bollywood Producers Rush To Secure Movie Titles After Revocation Of Article 370
GUWAHATI: The Modi government has recently revoked Article 370, which grants special status to Jammu and Kashmir. Following this, numerous producers from Bollywood have been reportedly been circling the Indian film industry’s administrative offices trying to register film titles.
Based on a report by Times Now, in just two days since the Article has been revoked, around 50 titles have been registered at the offices of the Indian Motion Pictures Producers Association (IMPPA) and Producers Guild of India and Indian Film TV Producers Council (IFTPC).
After the success of the movie, Article 15, these film associations have received at least 25-30 applications for movie titles.
Some of the proposed titles include ‘Article 370,’ ‘Article 35A,’ ‘Kashmir Mein Tiranga,’ ‘Kashmir Hamara Hai,’ ‘Dhara 370,’ ‘Dhara 35A’ etc.
It should be noted that following the success of the movie, Uri: A Surgical Strike, several titles were registered after the Pulwama attacks which happened in February, earlier this year.