Raj Babbar, Tarun Arora, Sheen, Anoop Soni, Kiran Juneja, Samay Pandit/ English Subtitles/ Dolby Digital 5.1/ Region All.
"SHEEN” in Kashmiri means snow. The snow-clad mountains of the Himalayas are the crown of Kashmir and Kashmir is the crown of India. Sheen is Kashmir’s soul, it’s purity and it’s overall innocence. Terrorism has stained the vast stretches of Kashmir’s white snow with the blood of the innocents. Terrorism, in the name of religion and hatred has snatched away the identity of Kashmir, and i.e. Sheen, the soul of Kashmir, and for the last 14 years it is bleeding. Very few know that there is blazing heat below the cooling snow and the burning heat is its pain. Through this film “Sheen” we have tried to bring the pain of Kashmir in front of the world. People only know that it is a political issue and our neighboring country at regular intervals add fuel to the already existing fire. People are only aware of the fact that there are talks going on between both the countries and the leaders of the respective countries are busy giving speeches and statements on the issue and at times the situation worsens to this extent that there is possible atmosphere of war.
In “Sheen” we have portrayed the screams and agony of the bleeding Kashmiri soul, its struggles, humiliation, beliefs and hopes. The biggest mass exodus, that happened after the partition of 1947, we have tried to put it up on the big screen for the first time with complete fearless honesty. This is such a truth, that it might seem unbelievable.