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Published on Dec 10, 2014
Badalte Nakshe (2013) traverses the tenuous realm of children, memory and the riots of 1992-1993 in Bombay. The film follows Farhana Ashraf, a teacher and a writer in an attempt to explore the constructed histories of two generations. 20 years after the riots, how do the people who were children then remember the lived experience of the riots?