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Urban Naxals

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Film-maker Vivek Agnihotri writes of his journey in making the film “Buddha in a Traffic Jam” which exposed the nexus between an India-wide Maoist terror movement and their supporters in urban centers such as academia and media. Naxalites are waging war on India with details plans for an overthrow of the State. Urban Naxals act to amplify their message, serve as recruiters and wage a propaganda war through social and conventional media. This gripping story recounts Agnihotri’s own grooming in College to be an Urban Naxal and details the plans and modus operandi of the movement. Agnihotri’s story is a behind-the-scenes look at the making of “Buddha in a Traffic Jam”, the violent resistance to its screening, and an expose of the world’s largest extreme-left terror movement and its penetration into urban India.

    Published 27-05-2018
  • Original Title : Urban Naxals
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  • Language : English
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ABOUT Vivek Agnihotri
Vivek Agnihotri

Vivek Agnihotri is a Bollywood film director, producer and screenwriter. He has worked in genres that include thriller, sports, political drama, erotica and romance Agnihotri made his directorial debut with Chocolate: Deep Dark Secrets (2005). Vivek Agnihotri is an activist, an orator and an author ... more


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Nikhilesh rated it
August 21, 2019
Cracking the shell of the urban naxals, this book is an eye opener for everyone..
July 22, 2019
It's a classical example of how the sold out media and leftist forces control our country today, author clearly explains all the difficulties he had to face during filming of his movie, it's an excellent novel ...
May 18, 2019
"Urban Naxals" term has captured the imagination of entire country through this book. Mr. Agnohotri lays bare the machinations and schemes of leftist communist ecosystem in urban idea who fuel and abet the naxal movement and also support Tukde Tukde gang. As a book, there is a bit of repetition and narrative style sometimes reads like a diary. But that is insignificant compared to the strong message it gives out. Recommended reading.
Priyaranjan rated it
May 18, 2019
One of the most serious reads i have read till date.Pages are full of dense texts and facts that you may never know if you have not read the book.Hats off to the boldness of Author Vivek Agnihotri.The book is a newsy account of a filmmakers encounter with radicalism in urban India.The book is about the urban naxals who romanticize the naxal cause.Urban Naxals is gripping and this book is going to linger in your mind for long time.Language of the book is simple.Cover and title is apt to the story and compel you to pick it up. Book is an excellen ... more
Uz rated it
March 18, 2019
Great book for common citizens, a nightmare for the Rural as well as Urban Naxals.The more I read the more I knew how much I did not knew abt the Political ecosystem of Commies.Hats off to the Author!


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