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Independent Scholars to show Mughal-E-Azam classic Dec. 6


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Posted Online: Dec. 05, 2012, 3:53 pm
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Mughal-E-Azam classic restored, in color to be seen Dec. 6.

7.00 p.m.
Independent Scholars' Evenings

Movie:
Mughal-E-Azam
Mughal Emperor Jalaluddin Akbar
Emperor of Emperors, solved the problem of his son and heir's love for a woman not accepted in his court as the mother of next heir.

The movie shows his innovative, and culturally often repeated, methods of breaking the affair.

Additionally, the movie shows the intermix of Muslim and Hindu cultures coexisting under his rule, his Hindu wife, the Queen and the Hindu culture in his court.

This is a classic movie, the biggest blockbuster ever when released originally in 1960, restored recently, in color and with subtitles.

Classic Bollywood without the modern Western influences.

1530 Fifth Avenue, Moline
Second floor of The Moline Club building
Above the Phoenix and Fannie May corner.
1530 Fifth Ave. Moline.

Light refreshments, wine and beverages are served.
Please join in. Free and open to the public.
Doors open at 6.30
Dress Code: Business Casual.




















 



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