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Published on Feb 6, 2012
Part 5 This bold and unconventional play, which actually begins and ends in a pooja ( worship) of the much loved Indian god Ganesha, brings together both Hindu and Muslim religious beliefs and prayers to save Mumbai from a terror attack. The play laments the blind pursuit of capitalism and the aping of shallow consumerist culture of the west that is now taking place in India. It speaks out forcefully against the demonisation of Islam and the increasing racism and contempt against foreigners from Asia and Africa in Europe with the open encouragement from western politicians and the media.'