Mirror to prejudice
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India, July 1 -- Anubhav Sinha's attitude to films was defined by a non-filmy friend's reaction to the first cut of the trailer of Article 15 . "He saw it, kept looking at the TV, turned around and said, ' Kitna gussa hai tere andar (you've so much pent up anger).' I've been angry about certain things and maybe films are a good method to vent it out," says the director, whose last outing Mulk brought us face to face with a Muslim family tarred by the tag of terrorism because one of them indulged in an act that could be defined so.
It seems that Anubhav is getting into the habit of showing us a mirror, which reflects a picture that is far from pretty by bringing us face to face with prejudices that have become so intrinsic to our being th...
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