Bangalore International Centre had arranged the screening of a film “Sulh-e-Kul (Peace for all)” directed by Mr. Zorawar Shukla on Thursday, 2nd April, 2015, at 6.30 PM in its auditorium. Mr. Zorawar Shukla was present to interact with the audience after the screening. This film is produced by Public Service Broadcasting Trust and Ministry of External Affairs.
The film Sulh-e-Kul explores the allure of the most important Muslim site of pilgrimage in South Asia, Ajmer’s Dargah Sharif. The shrine is the tomb of the venerated Sufi Saint, Kwajha Gharib Nawaz (Patron of the Poor). For 800 years, it has been a place where all types of people, regardless of religion, caste or colour, have gathered to ask not only for wishes to be granted but also to find peace inside themselves.
This film investigates the philosophies of Khwaja Gharib Nawaz and how his legacy still attracts millions of people from all around the world to his shrine every year. It has recently won the Best Musical Documentary Award at the International Film Festival of Fiji.
The audience appreciated the film.