Shikara 2020 Full Movie Download Free 480p HDRip HD

Shikara 2020 Full Movie Download Free 480p HDRip HD

Latest Bollywood Movies Shikara 2020 Full Movie Download Free 480p HDRip HD

Shikara is a 2020 Indian Hindi-language romantic drama film produced and directed by Vidhu Vinod Chopra. 

The Shikara movie is based on the love story of a Kashmiri Hindu couple at the peak of insurgency in Jammu and Kashmir during the 1990s and the subsequent exodus of Kashmiri Hindus from the Kashmir Valley. 

The Shikara movie was released on 7 February 2020.

Movie Story: 
In 1990, 4 lakh Kashmiri Pandits (Hindus) were forced to leave their home under the threat of life. 

Till today, they continue to live as refugees in their own country, in small refugee camps in the city of Jammu. 

Vidhu Vinod Chopra’s ‘Shikara’ follows the story of Shiv and Shanti, two Kashmiri Pandits, chronicling their survival through 30 years of exile. In the current season of hate, love is all that keeps hope alive.

IMDB Rating: 2.1/10
Directed: Vidhu Vinod Chopra
Released Date: 7 February 2020
Types: Drama, Romance
Film Stars: Payal Arora, Zamir Ashai, Hafsa Ashraf
Movie Quality: 480p HDRip HD.avi
File Size: 309.54 MB

Shikara 2020 Full Movie Download Free 480p HDRip HD

Shikara  (2020) Full Movie Org 480p HDRip Hd.avi

File Size : 309.54 Mb

You have to wait 30 seconds.

Download Timer
Shikara 2020 Full Movie Download Free 480p HDRip HD

Shikara 2020 Full Movie Review:

Shiv (Aadil Khan) and Shanti (Sadia) are brought close together thanks to a film’s shooting in the valley. The director wants an authentic Kashmiri couple in the background. 

They volunteer, start conversing and bored by the various retakes they run away. He’s a budding poet and she’s a nurse at the local hospital. 

Soon, they marry and even built a house of their own. Everything looks peachy when the black cloud of militancy descends on Kashmir. 

Slowly, the atmosphere worsens and they are forced to flee to Jammu and live in a refugee camp for the next 30 years, keeping the dream of going back to their old home one day alive in their eyes.

The director has tried to convey the horror through the lead couple’s reaction to what’s happening around them. 

They look forever depressed and look to be suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder initially but later come to terms with their reality. 

There is a brilliant scene later in the film which shows how the refugees are forgetting their way of life. 

Shiv and Shanti go to a wedding, which is totally unlike their own ceremony years ago. The garish clothes, the blaring of songs from the loudspeaker and the excessive lights get to them. 

Another scene has them mourning the death of a dear friend who turned militant. There is no anger in their grief, they are only mourning for innocence lost.

The film focuses more on the lead couple than the problems of the refugees in general. Though a mass exodus is shown, the hurdles this huge group of people must have faced are all but glanced over. 

It’s as if the director doesn’t want to go there. This reluctance steals the film of some of its gravitas. We were expecting the second half to be about the struggles faced by these homeless people while rebuilding their lives but it was not to be. 

And we can’t understand the lead character’s strange obsession of writing letters to successive American presidents. 

What will that achieve? The scene involving a calf being ‘rescued’ from a truck is open to too many interpretations in today’s context. Thankfully, the film is neither jingoistic nor communal.

Kudos to cinematographer Rangarajan Ramabadran for capturing the picture-postcard beauty of Kashmir. Songs, composed by Sandesh Shandilya and Abhay Sopori and written by Irshad Kamil are evocative and tell a story and aren’t just fillings. 

The lead pair, Aadil Khan and Sadia, impress with their natural ease in front of the camera. They do convey the feeling of a couple growing old together, their inner world unaffected by outer turmoil as it is sustained by love. 

In Sadia, another pan-Indian face like Vidya Balan’s has been discovered. Both have begun their careers choosing an off-beat subject and hope they continue on the right trajectory in future...