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...this one missed my radar screen!
Mine, too, but I've come to love watching Indian film.
Something to watch to better understand history especially history I was never taught.
I usually learned about Indian partition in reading about Gandhi.
It's ironic that I just finished watching a series offered on PBS about a former British soldier in the East India Company, who sided with India against the company. Seems India is on the forefront of several films today. I'm eager to watch this one to see how different it is to the mid to late 18th Century when the East India Company tried to control India.
The Partition was a hard time for India.
This looks good, I will try to watch it. Thanks, Valerie
I hope you enjoy it :)
This sounds really fascinating seeing they are still dealing with the partition. I hd an Indian student a few years back who was big into sports and when India played Pakistan some deep hatred came out. It was a little bit scary. I'm not saying he was what all Indian students thought, but it said something to me about the Partition. Happy Friday. Hugs-Erika
It was a violent time, and emotions ran deep.
What a great discovery, it looks so interesting with its mix of facts and fiction 😁. Thanks for sharing and sending happy wishes! Hugs, Jo x
Yes, personal drrama gainst a sweeping historical background.