Play: Letters from ’91

Play: Letters from ’91

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Poster of the play “Letters from ’91” As the spring of 1991 sets in, the Himalayan snow begins to melt and the waters of river Jhelum gain momentum. But soon the clean-blue gushing waters are turned red, as Kashmir once called ‘The paradise on earth’ by the Mughals, erupts, with the songs of independence emanating from the loudspeakers of mosques and blood flowing through the streets of Srinagar. Born amidst such hostilities, Irfan finds himself surrounded by a black smoke of violence, dense enough to stain even the most majestic and serene landscapes of Kashmir. Irfan’s childhood is mostly restricted

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