MUSLIM MAN AND HINDU FEMALE IN INDIAN FILMS
Date: 16 Feb 2007
On page 1 of your latest issue dated February 18, 2007, we see the caption "Parzania, the late entrant in pseudo-riot politics." (Is "Parzania" a Hindi or Sanskrit word?)
When we read through the item, we see the writer, Vaidehi Nathan, totally missing the vital point, that the HERO is a Musalman, Naseeruddin Shah, playing the parent with a HINDU female, Sarika.
Is the Hindu nation still not FED UP to the brim seeing Muslim MALE and Hindu FEMALE in films being produced in PARTITIONED India?
To the world our proud Bharat, or Hindusthan, seems a paddock where the sheep mingle with the wolf totally unconcerned.
Why is there absolutely no sentiment left for the savage and brutal separation of Lahore from her twin sister called Amritsar? Who do we expect to notice this fact?
When will our ancient nation of Vedas and Geeta and Granth, Sri Krishna and Guru Gobind Singh. give pride to HINDU youth and Sikh MANHOOD?
One important way is through ROLE MODELS seen in Indian films.
What do we now need to raise the profile and IMAGE, self esteem and GAURAV, of the Hindu nation in Bollywood?
Institute of Hindu IDEOLOGY
February 16, 2007.