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Kashmir: Short Film Review


Cast: Manav Kaul, Avijit Dutt, Faisal Batliwala
Director: Sugandha Garg
Language: Hindi
Genre: Drama
Channel: Terribly Tiny Tales
Release Date: 14th June 2018


Kashmir is TTT’s attempt to portray a connection between the problems and issues faced by Kashmir to the aspect of the life of a father. The film shows a young man, apparently in his afterlife, who meets his father and they both discuss the young man’s childhood and how his father would never be able to return to Kashmir again. There is also a small boy who hasn’t aged. This is a film about the three stages of a man’s life and also how the state of Kashmir has changed through the times.


  • The concept of the film is what attracts the viewers to keep watching till the end.
  • The uniqueness of the story is the highlight of the film.
  • Manav Kaul, being a great performer has put his best foot forward in this film.
  • Manav Kaul has successfully portrayed the concept of the film in the perfect manner.
  • Faisal Batliwala and AvijitDutt have done their best in the film.


  • There is no reason for you to miss out on this film.

Bottom Line:

This film on the occasion of Father’s Day is just the perfect treat for you to watch with all the fathers and sons.


  • Manav Kaul is one of the Bollywood’s finest actors known for his roles in offbeat films like City Lights, Wazir and many more.

Also Read: First Period: Short Film Review


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