Nakkash: This cinema carved with hope deserves to be tax free

At times when we see humanity getting choked by selfish motives in the name of religion, Zaigham Imam?s Nakkash dipped in the divine Ganga-Jamuni Tehzeeb (fusion of Hindu and Muslim elements) is carved with hope and rightly deserves to be tax free across India, feels this author.

?Ya Allah, Kitne Aache Bhagwan Hai? says the 6 ? 7 year old Mohammed (Siddu ? very good) son of Alla Rakha Siddiqui (Inaamul Haq ? brilliant)) an artist, a pious soul who is following his family tradition of designing the interiors of Hindu temples. It?s a proven fact that Muslim artiste carved the interiors of temples ?a true depiction of the divine Ganga-Jamuni Tehzeeb practiced since centuries which is now almost forgotten.

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Yes you hear that divine Ganga-Jamuni Tehzeeb in ?sufi? songs but the fact that ?Sufiyana? originated from the divine love of Meera for Krishna and it was Rakshan
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