Also by the Oscar-Nominated Director Ashvin Kumar:
Watch our new feature film : NO FATHERS IN KASHMIR-
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* 9 making-of, behind-the-scenes films (only available here)
* Original Movie Soundtrack
* Movie Poster & Photos from behind the scenes
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Terrific – BBC NEWS Wonderful – JOANNA LUMLEY Deeply felt – SIGHT & SOUND
Must see – MIRA NAIR Heartbreaking – DEEPA MEHTA Achingly beautiful – HUFFINGTON POST
BBC NEWS, THE FILM REVIEW, MARK KERMODE
“Brillant coming-of-age story… ambitious drama… great performances… terrific young leads.”
“Quite wonderful: dark, unsettling, gripping, touching and stunningly shot, acted and edited. It’s story was very cleverly framed by the sorrowful situation in Kashmir, giving a glimpse of the endless nightmare that has descended on that Himalayan paradise. Bravo!”
A tender fondness blossoms between Noor (16) and Majid (16) who get lost searching for their fathers’ who ‘disappeared’ decades ago. They spend the night in the woods and wake in a mass grave among piles of bones and skulls of ‘disappeared’ men and the horrific realization that their fathers’ are among them.
Directed by Oscar® nominated and 2 time national award winning Ashvin Kumar.
REVIEWS FROM ITS INDIA RELEASE :
Fabulous performances…You are transported into that world!’ – Alia Bhatt
‘Beautifully performed, skillfully made.’ – Mira Nair
‘Deeply moving…’ – Shabana Azmi
‘Rarely have I see a film so brilliantly written, subtly nuanced. Every citizen of India go and watch it!’ – Aparna Sen
‘Powerful…heartbreaking.’ Kalki Koechlin.
‘No Fathers in Kashmir is a must watch.’ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Rediff
‘Zara Webb and Shivam Raina shine bright in this dark tale of a paradise at war.’ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Republic World
‘The harsh reality of Kashmir that hits you hard.’ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Filmy Curry
‘No Fathers In Kashmir must be seen by every Indian. It tells us things we don’t want to hear…Tucked away in this despairing cry of muffled anguish is a tender love story which is hard to leave behind.’ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Subhash K Jha
‘Oscar-nominated Ashvin Kumar has masterfully crafted the movie which has hues of innocence, guilt, humanity, longing, politics and hope.’ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Desi Martini
WATCH THE MAKING OF LITTLE TERRORIST:
LITTLE TERRORIST STORY :
Jamal, a 12 year old Muslim Pakistani mistakenly crosses the border between India and Pakistan, finding an unusual ally in a Hindu Brahmin, Bhola. Indian soldiers descend on Bhola’s village searching for the ‘terrorist’ who crossed over. His niece, Rani, insists they can’t let a Muslim into their Hindu home. With Bhola and Rani grappling with the consequences of harbouring a Pakistani and their deep-set prejudice against Muslims, Jamal’s only hope is the humanity shared by a people separated by artificial boundaries a long time ago.