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No Fathers in Kashmir
2D

No Fathers in Kashmir

English
Drama
05 Apr, 2019
1 hrs 53 mins
75%
243 votes
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Noor, a teenage British Kashmiri, arrives in Kashmir on a quest to retrace her roots and find her long-lost father. She`s aided in this search by a local boy named Majid, who is smitten by her. However, things take a dark turn after the two stumble upon a dark secret that puts Majid`s life in danger. Can love ever be the same again for these youngsters?
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No Fathers In Kashmir leaves you thinking of the thousands of disappeared fathers, sons and brothers long after you leave the theatre. And the fact that it is a reality that Kashmir battles every living hour. ...Read full review
`No Fathers In Kashmir` is not a light watch - it`s a poignant tale that leaves you thinking about the half-widows and half-orphans, and many such untold stories. ...Read full review
Ashvin Kumar`s sensitive drama is too important a film to ignore. ...Read full review
A fresh entrant helps No Fathers In Kashmir to ask questions in order to make the film relevant to audiences unfamiliar with the conflict. ...Read full review
Ashvin Kumar`s courage and empathy for a troubled people shines through. ...Read full review
The screenplay was a bit slow in the first half but that was probably needed to build the intensity and shock that was to come in the second half. Some continuity flaws and some questions were left unanswered. Soni Razdan`s screen time was less and leaves you wishing the director could have given her a more meaty role. ...Read full review
Ashvin Kumars film is a beautifully told tale of love and loss, betrayal and bravery, and the quest for truth. ...Read full review
There are no heroes or villains in No Fathers in Kashmir, only helpless characters who perhaps don`t have a choice other than learning to live with what they`re subjected to, notes Utkarsh Mishra. ...Read full review