Life Of Hindu Minorities From Pakistan|Who AM I| Shorter Model-1|Pakistan Half

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The movie “Who am I?- The Plight of Pakistani Hindus” highlights the problems of Pakistani Hindus, in Pakistan, in addition to in India. The minority group of Pakistan has been subjected to gravest human rights violations and persecution for the previous a number of years, which has resulted within the exodus of Hindus from Pakistan to India in nice numbers. Though their downside does not cut back after in search of refuge in India the place they’re stigmatized for being Pakistanis.
The characteristic size movie tells the tales about totally different points they face in Pakistan, which embrace conversion, bonded labour, assaults in temples, Hindu hatred in authorities authorized faculty textbooks and kidnapping for ransom. After in search of refuge in India they undergo for primary wants, resettlement points as no help is being supplied by the federal government authorities, identification disaster, discrimination by the native folks, native NGOs and authorities.
The movie will painting the basis explanation for the problems of minority Hindus in Pakistan, ranging from the partition of India the place they turned the residents of divided India from the undivided India, in a single day and for generations they’ve been paying the value of it. India has failed to lift the problem of persecution of Hindus in its neighboring nation on a world platform and as a result of which they’re ignored group nobody has ever paid consideration to. Additionally, India does not have its personal refugee legal guidelines which makes the state of affairs worse for these folks in search of refuge right here. The movie is an in depth story of their life in Pakistan and their their life after coming to India.

The movie was probably the most profitable crowdfunded initiatives of the 12 months 2016 in India and goals at international consciousness in regards to the ignored group.

The movie was screened globally in lots of locations reminiscent of Home of Commons together with 22 locations in United Kingdom (2018), in Netherlands (2017) and some locations in India which incorporates FTII.

Technical Credit-
Idea, Screenplay & Course- Prakash Jha
Analysis and Script- Anuradha Mishra
Background Rating- Dev Extra
Voice Over- Deepak Agnihotri
Modifying- Pankaj (Raaz)
Digicam- Prakash Jha, Anuradha Mishra
Co-ordinator- Ankit Shukla
Uncooked clips from Pakistan- Hafeez Chachar


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