By Taran Adarsh Bollywood Hungama News Network
Film-makers across the globe have often told stories of calamities/riots/disasters -- natural and unnatural -- and the aftermath. FIRAAQ, which marks the directorial debut of actress Nandita Das, also looks at the lives of common men after the riots in Gujarat.
More of a docu-drama, FIRAAQ narrates six different stories that are not connected with one another. Nor are they similar, nor do they meet towards the culmination. Told with utmost sensitivity, the film pricks your conscience at several points of the narrative and when you make it to the Exit after the film has ended, you carry the burden of a lot of questions on your mind.
FIRAAQ is disturbing. It makes you remove those b