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Image Credit: Supplied Actor Zeeshan Ayyub has slammed critics of his latest film Zero , which also stars Shah Rukh Khan. Zero has been slammed by some for its flawed writing or for simply being a super duper boring film.
Journalist Rajdeep Sardesai has revealed that a judge from Gujarat had once told him that Muslims in India would never change and they deserved the treatment meted out to them during the pogrom in 2002.Sardesai, who 's now a consulting editor with India Today, made the revelation while attending the book launch of journalist Rana Ayyub 's new book 'Gujarat Files, ' reports Jansatta.
In this live video chat with Siddharth Varadarajan, one of the founding editors of The Wire, Ayyub takes up questions from viewers and discusses in detail the legal, ethical and political issues that her book raises.
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