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Indian filmmakers delve into brotherhood in 'Dear Brother'
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30-03-2016 08:38:12 .
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 In an attempt to propagate the message of peace between India and Pakistan, prominent Indian filmmakers Tanuja Chandra, Tigmanshu Dhulia and Nikkhil Advani have joined hands to star in special video titled "Dear Brother". 
 
In the video, posted by digital media company Culture Machine on its YouTube channel Being Indian on Tuesday, the three filmmakers  amongst others sent out simple message of not being blindsided by political agenda and instead embrace the similarities between the two nations.  
Through this video, the makers have urged viewers to let go of prejudice and instead love one another, for we are alike. The video asks viewers to move away from all the hatred and begin new conversation on peace and brotherhood. 
The filmmakers have been associated with Zeal For Unity, unique peace initiative by Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd (ZEEL). 
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