In this frustrating political climate, 'Mulk' is a reminder of the power and subversive potential of cinema.
The arrival of TV and the break-up of studios in the 60s revolutionised Hollywood movies; with the arrival of online platforms, Indian cinema is in for a similar transformation.
'Prisoner of Azkaban' and 'Maqbool' are just two examples of movie adaptations that enhanced the story by tweaking it for the medium.
Bollywood, even with its massively problematic take on 'butch women' has still managed to screen some queer moments.
In a recent interview, Sonam Kapoor-Ahuja described her wedding as 'small and intimate', prompting me to question what simplicity looks like in a society as unequal as ours.
Sanju Baba is certainly not a victim of circumstance, but he has paid his debt to society and should be allowed to move on.
Revolutions begin with stories, and underneath the important discussions of representation and queer politics surrounding this film, that is all it is – a story.