Shonali Bose, director of the film The Sky Is Pink, has expressed concern over the current situation in Jammu and Kashmir. Since Article 370 has been removed from Jammu and Kashmir, communication and internet facilities are closed. Shonali has not been able to talk to Zaira Wasim for the past two weeks. Shonali Bose has expressed her views on Insta, expressing concern and displeasure over the blackout of communication in Kashmir.
In the post, Shonali shared a photo with Zaira Wasim saying, "#NotmyIndia. It has been two weeks and communication facilities in Jammu and Kashmir were closed. My heart is heavy because India's democracy is clouded by black. Since the 90s when The Congress was in government, my heart has been hurt by the terrible human rights violations that have taken place with the people of the Valley. The disappearance and murder of innocent youth is nothing new. However, this government has crossed all limits. ''
He further wrote, "I want to ask every Indian to divide your State into two parts overnight and it has been converted into a Union Territory. So how would you feel? Leave Section 370 for a moment and answer honestly. I am angry and shocked by this unconstitutional decision," said Shonali, who is currently in the spotlight.