Posted on June 19, 2006
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9 responses to “Mughal-e-Azam: A party fit for an emperor”

  1. Jamshed says:

    This movie has some unforgettable songs.

  2. iFaqeer says:

    Thanks for the clarification Altamash.

    But aren’t you buying into the Sangh Parivar’s propaganda when you say, casually, ““Indian Hindusâ€

  3. Lahori says:

    whatever else we embrace or not, ANARKALI HUMARI HAI
    Why isn’t the Anarkali Mazar a greater tourist attraction?

  4. Altamash Mir says:

    Oh I didnt summon the “Indian Hindu” as an insult, but as a compliment. What I was meaning to say (in so many words) that not only Indian muslims definitely take pride in the mughal heritage (and they should) but “Indian Hindus” (The majority in India) who were suppressed during the Muslim rule take pride in the Mughal History and take ownership of it. Now in contrast, Pakistanis do not take pride in their ancient (idol worshipping or not) Indus river civilization heritage.
    I completely agree with you. Pakistanis should realize their true heritage & Identity as an ancient South Asian people.
    So, please dont be offended by the “Indian Hindus” remark as it didnt mean any disrespect. Matter of fact Indian Hindus take pride in the fact that they are hindus with majority in India. My good friend and Business Partner is a Brahman Hindu and doesnt let go of an opportunity to remind me of my hindu past.