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India gets a Kashmiri film after 4 decades

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But Kashmir Daily won’t hit the big screen in the Valley as there are no functioning cinema halls there
This Friday, for the first time in 45 years, a Kashmiri feature film, shot and produced entirely in the Valley, will hit cinema halls outside Kashmir. Kashmir Daily explores the themes of drug addiction and unemployment in Kashmir. It will be released at PVR Sangam in Delhi’s R.K. Puram and Infiniti Malad PVR in Mumbai, besides in Jammu and other smaller cities.
Ironically, the film will not see a theatrical release in Kashmir as there are no functioning cinema halls in the Valley.
“Our aim in releasing the film outside Jammu and Kashmir is to make a point: we can tell our own stories. We cannot use the excuse of lack of cinema halls in the Kashmir Valley not to create our own cinema,” actor Mir Sarwar told

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