Arun Govil Takes on the Role of Narendra Modi in Aditya Dhar's Political Thriller 'Article 370'

In a surprising turn of events, veteran actor Arun Govil, renowned for his portrayal of 'Ram' in the iconic telescreen adaptation of the Ramayana, is set to step into the shoes of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the upcoming film 'Article 370.' Directed by Aditya Dhar, the political thriller explores the backdrop of the hotly contested region of Kashmir.

The recently released trailer has left audiences intrigued, with Arun Govil's uncanny resemblance to the Prime Minister. Sporting rimless glasses, a white beard, and attire reminiscent of Modi's signature style, Govil seems to have captured the essence of the leader, making it challenging for onlookers to distinguish between the two at a glance.

The 2-minute 40-second glimpse into the movie has quickly become the 'talk of the town,' generating buzz and anticipation for the film's release. The political thriller promises to delve into the intricacies of the controversial Article 370, set against the backdrop of the turbulent region of Kashmir.

Yami Gautam, known for her versatile roles, takes on the lead as an intelligence officer in the movie. Her character is expected to add a layer of intrigue and depth to the storyline, complementing the political narrative woven by Aditya Dhar.

Arun Govil's portrayal of Narendra Modi in 'Article 370' marks a new chapter in his illustrious career, hinting at a potential resurgence on the big screen. The choice of Govil for such a pivotal role has left fans and critics alike eager to witness his performance in this political drama.

As the film gears up for its release, the anticipation surrounding 'Article 370' continues to grow. With an experienced cast, a seasoned director, and a politically charged narrative, the movie is poised to make waves in the world of Indian cinema.

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