Saeed Akhtar Mirza is an Indian director and scriptwriter.
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- I begin with two memories of my childhood. Don't ask me why, because I do not know. Perhaps because it helps to get things started.
- "The demolition of the Babri Masjid was the last straw. Naseem (1995) was almost like an epitaph. After the film, I had really nothing to say. I needed to regain my faith and retain my sanity. So I decided to travel around India and document it on a video camera"
- I’ve always maintained that it’s easy to make a film on Adolf Hitler. What is difficult is to find out why he struck a chord with the German people; what is the nature of fear, aspiration and identity that he evoked in them that it became Hitler’s Germany.