Kaafiron Ki Namaaz

The narrative follows a writer and his camera assistant who travel from Kolkata to Srinagar. The writer’s purpose is to interview a recently court-martialed army man. The two of them meet on a rainy Christmas Eve in an old, abandoned Kashmiri hotel. As the writer and the army man talk, Junaid, owner of the all-night tea shop, serves them tea and biscuits, while occasionally engaging in small talk with the two.

As the night gets colder and the questions gather momentum, the three reveal their most personal secrets to one another. The film focuses on the camera assistant as a mute accessory to the proceedings, as their dramatic encounter develops and turns into a chilling thriller.


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