The film captures the pain of the Partition and the religious poison it injected into society. We are still drinking that poison today, where every Hindu is a Godse, every Muslim, a jihadi.
Anubhav Sinha's movie makes you question those who question Muslims. It makes Muslims question how to navigate a vortex of identities. And it questions the 'us' versus 'them' mindset hurting India so deeply now
'Muslims' are being made the only 'political issue' in India, even as they are marginalised. This hashtag refuses such an identity.
Most children, even when they have not faced any direct aggressive communal bullying, will identify with such repetitive comments.
Let's save the world, one iftar at a time.
What his writing did in its imperfection was perhaps greater than what a perfect piece would have been able to achieve.
Women are suddenly worried their 'victory' might reduce them to pawns in the passage of Uniform Civil Code.