Regardless of worldwide limits quick lessening and individuals of the world meeting up, in today’s day and age, we are quick losing our opportunity of expression.

What we say today may outrage some person tomorrow. While self-control of believed is sound, nowadays, results of any word expressed can be genuinely awful.

While news about Nawazuddin Siddiqui playing Manto in a full-length film by Nandita Das was at that point out, the chief uncovered a touch of something for the gathering of people. As a part of the India Today Conclave’s initiative India Tomorrow, Das presented Nawaz as Manto in her short film, In Defence Of Freedom.

In this short film, Nawaz lectures a classroom about one’s right to hold and express their opinion, even if it is obscene, just like the society we live in.

Actor with a heart, activist with a conscience, director of the critically acclaimed Firaaq

What Saadat Hasan Manto has to say about literature and freedom and the need to say things as they are, without dilution.