4 min read.Updated: 19 Sep 2019, 10:51 PM ISTMehr Tarar
Art unites people across borders but it’s a pity the same cannot be said of subcontinental politics
It was my first trip to India. Today, in reminiscence, it’s a memory so distant I could word a fairytale once-upon-a-time beginning. On a rainy Delhi evening in April 2013, I, a lifelong Indian cinephile, made my debut entry in an Indian cinema. The PVR at DLF Promenade was my simple choice, as it was cosily tucked away at the mall I had already spent hours looking for sportswear for my then 13-year-old son. Django Unchained was not Indian, but the friend who accompanied me was.