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Introduction ix NEGOTIATING THE BORDER 1. Genre Development in the Age of Markets and Nationalism: The War Film 3 Kishore Budha 2. Aggression and Transgression on the India-Pakistan Border 21 Adrian Athique 3. Borders and Border Crossings in Main Hoon Na and Veer-Zaara 40 Rajinder Dudrah DRAWN LINES 4. Partition Literature and Films: Pinjar and Earth 59 Meenakshi Bharat 5. 'Millions of Daughters of Punjab Weep Today': The Female Perspective in Partition Films 71 Claudia Preckel 6. 'Broken'Memories, Incomplete Dreams': Notes towards an 'Authentic' Partition Cinema 86 Savi Munjal 7. Partitioned Memories: The Trauma of Partition in Ghatak's Films 96 Kamayani Kaushiva RAPPROCHEMENT 8. Defining a Non-Pakistan-centric Post-globalisation Self in Hindi Cinema 1996-2006 111 Sunny Singh 9. 'Kaisi Sarhaden, Kaisi Majbooriyan': Two Countries, Two Enemies, One Love Story 128 Nirmal Kumar 10. My Brother, My Enemy: Crossing the Line of Control through the Documentary 140 Aparna Sharma 11. Fascist Imaginaries and Clandestine Critiques: Young Hindi Film Viewers Respond to Violence, Xenophobia and Love in Cross-border Romances 157 Shakuntala Banaji INTERVIEWS 12. Aijaz Gul on Cinema in Pakistan: History, Present Scenario and Future Prospects 179 Interviewed by ArshadAmanullah 13. Guftagu: M.S. Sathyu, Javed Akhtar, Mahesh Bhatt 186 Interviewed by TavishiAlagh