In Iraq, there is 1 soldier for every 166 civilians. In Kashmir, there is 1 for every 20. A Hizbul Mujaheddin ex-militant, his son- a footballer, an Argentinean football coach and his ...
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In Iraq, there is 1 soldier for every 166 civilians. In Kashmir, there is 1 for every 20. A Hizbul Mujaheddin ex-militant, his son- a footballer, an Argentinean football coach and his sparkling Brazilian wife grapple with life on the streets of Kashmir. A Kashmiri kid dreams to play football in Brazil, but life in a silent war gets in the way.Written by
Documentary started with one guy who didn't get passport from Indian govt... Director showed how his dad went through all so called trouble because of his good deeds and horrible act, killing people of Indian govt :). Big reason behind this is his dad was militant in 1995. Director Ashwin Kumar really did great job for Brain washing and radicalizing Kashmiri kids. Pathetic, very bias and good movie for pro terrorist. Innocent Pandits are tortured, killed and raped. By the 1990 year-end, about 350,000 Pandits have escaped from the Valley and taken refuge. 500+ people killed and not a single incident mentioned in movie but director not to forgot terrorist's pain and how he suffered police torture when he killed innocent people. Only a handful of them stay back. Army is doing great job in Kashmir and avoid this false impression movie about Kashmir.
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