Two years after a horrific crime, a documentary was made. The following dialogues are fictitious in nature and is written in response to Daily Post's prompt - A House Divided
The Daughter: I never criticise a film or novel, or any work of fiction, you know. Because, I feel a lot of hard work goes into producing a work of fiction, and one who is not qualified enough should never attempt a criticism. But, these days I see, everybody has turned into a critic!
And you are on a banning spree of late. How many voices do you want to curb?
The Daughter: What else do you think is the latest controversy surrounding you!
The Father: By the way, I’m absolutely cherishing how you have referred ‘India’s Daughter’ in context of fiction. I’m glad you…
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