Secularism is the basic thread of connection that joins the social and political fabric of India. In fact, India has had people of different communities staying in the country for centuries. That is why the preamble of India and the constitution has had the mention of this word in mighty details.
Yet, despite all this gab of inter-community love, an incident occurred in Gujarat that shook our very foundation of secularism, and has rattled that this word is nothing more than a myth and it nothing means more than a word in the extensive English vocabulary. A Tanishq showroom was attacked because of an inter-faith marriage advertisement.
To revive the feeling of communal harmony, our team has come up with some movies that will show that humans should spread love and humanity as nothing more is above that –
Love blooms between an Indian pilot, Veer, and a Pakistani girl, Zaara. As Veer spends his years in a Pakistani prison, Zaara believes him to be dead and devotes her life to his village in India.
Jodhaa is a fiery Rajput princess who is obliged to marry Mughal Emperor Akbar for political reasons. Eventually, mutual respect and admiration between the duo leads to true love.
A Muslim woman and a Hindu man fall in love and elope to get married as their families object to their relationship. However, when they move to Mumbai, they end up facing the wrath of communal riots.
During the partition, Tara Singh, a Sikh Jatt marries Sakina, a Muslim, and they live a happy life. However their happiness is short-lived when Sakina’s father forces her to stay in Pakistan and separates her from her family.
A boy, born into a family of varying religions, finds himself embroiled in communal riots. Soon, his mother’s death becomes an issue raised to fulfil political agendas.