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Two hours and twenty seven minutes long En Dino Muzaffarnagar by Shubhradeep Chakravorty & Meera Chaudhary is going to be recorded in the history as the first documentary film banned under prime minister Modi. Gagging order came on 30th June. Today we applied in Film Certification Appellate Tribunal (FCAT) for redressal of our grievances. We will not go down without a fight. Lets hope for the best.

A scene from ‘En Dino Muzaffarnagar’

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Note 2- Short Synopsis of 'En Dino Muzaffarnagar' Muzaffarnagar is barely 128 kms away from India's national capital Delhi and had faced riots first time in its history. Interestingly, the phenomenon of riots in villages is completely new for the whole region. Documentary film 'En Dino Muzaffarnagar' is an investigative documentation of the riots of Muzaffarnagar and its socio - political outfall. It is a tale of what led to the riots at first and what happened in the aftermath of it. This riot was anti-Muslim and more than 60 people died and 42000 people displaced in the process. This documentary is a story of grief, hate and fear that shows how local power politics turns the pages of the history to rewrite it. Why riots happened in the villages for the first time, how riots affected the symbiosis of brotherhood in the villages between two communities and how the loss of the grief stricken farmers can't be justified with few vested interest playing the power games. Regards, Shubhradeep Chakravorty, New Stream Media, 674, Kamal Vihar Apartments, Plot number 5, Sector 7, Dwarika, New Delhi 110075, Tel.91-9868226579, 011-25086613,  shubhradeep@gmail.com

This article appeared in The Milli Gazette print issue of 16-30 September 2014 on page no. 13

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