The film is a story of a young boy whose imaginary friend (and buffoonish life coach) is Adolf Hitler.
The film, about a Bihari family stuck in war-time Iraq trying to celebrate their six-year-old’s birthday, is a gem that goes a long way in teaching audiences empathy.
While some Bollywood personalities were attending a dinner meeting hosted by Union minister Piyush Goyal, others took to Twitter to condemn masked persons who attacked students at JNU.
Frozen II teaches that venturing into the enchanted forest — stepping outside of comfort zones — can be a place of positive transformation.
The jolt of fear and dread such stories convey make the Christmas lights glitter even more brightly.
While some have sought to offer a 'balanced view' on the incident, others have plainly condemned the police brutality meted out against the students.