Director: Nandita Das; Writer: Nandita Das, Shuchi Kothari; Producer: Nirang Desai, Harindra M. Singh, Shailendra Singh, B.S. Narayan Swamy; Cinematographer: Ravi K. Chandran; Editor: A. Sreekar Prasad; Cast: Inaamulhaq, Nasser, Shahana Goswami, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Paresh Rawal, Honey Chhaya, Deepti Naval, Dilip Joshi, Kavan Antani, Naseeruddin Shah, Raghuvir Yadav, Sanjay Suri, Tisca Chopra, Sucheta Trivedi, Pranav Subramaniya, Gaurav Dasari, Rahul Singh, Divya Jagdale, Sumeet Raghvan, Kamlesh D. Bhadra, Mohammad Samad, Ruhi, Prakash Dharma, C. Rakesh, Amruta Subhash, Kukul Tarmaster, Qayam Hashmi, Vicky Ahuja, Madhurjeet Sarghi, Sridhar Kumar, Dushant, Ajay Upadhyay, Paresh Brahmabhatt, Sachin Bramhabhatt, Jay Bhatt, Alpesh Patel, Chintan Kambadia, Aban Deohana, Rinku Patel, Shamini Patel, Muskan, Priyanka, Varsha, Manasi, Zia, Sheila Naidu, Yasarnoor Pathar, Dinesh Lamba, Jasbir Jassi, Shafi, Masood Akhtar, Arun Kumar, Sunil Vaghela, Ashish Bhatt, Zama
Duration: 01:41:35; Aspect Ratio: 1.778:1; Hue: 46.487; Saturation: 0.102; Lightness: 0.255; Volume: 0.105; Cuts per Minute: 9.273; Words per Minute: 47.328
Summary: Following riots in Gujarat, Arati experiences guilt when she did not open her door to shelter an injured Muslim woman. Her husband, Sanjay, had looted merchandise from shops, and his brother, Devan, had even sexually molested Muslim women. A young lad, Mohsin, leaves the safety of an army-guarded camp to look for his father. Meanwhile Music maestro, Jahangir Khan, faces isolation. Sameer Shaikh and his Hindu wife, Anuradha, decide to re-locate to Delhi. Muneera suspects her Hindu friend, Jyoti, of setting her house on fire, while biased police officers continue oppressing Muslims and five Muslim men find a gun and attempt to seek vengeance.