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Desperately broke, identical twin rickshaw drivers Rahim and Rahman buy a single license but ply their rickshaw by day and by night, parading as one person, not realizing that the Police, paranoid after a spate of bombings in Mumbai, now suspect every ghetto Muslim of ‘terror’, especially a rickshaw driver who seems to be concealing a strange secret.

Officially adapted from the short story “by/two” written by Devashish Makhija. Published in the Harper-Collins’ anthology “Forgetting“.


For cinematic treatment – ‘Rahim Murge pe mat ro

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