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An Insignificant Man: Film Screening and Q&A

April 5, 2018 · 4:30 pm7:00 pm · Bowl 01, Robertson

Princeton Institute for International and Regional studies

At the heart of “An Insignificant Man” is one of the most polarising men in India today – Arvind Kejriwal. The film follows Kejriwal and his Common Man’s Party – an insurgent new political party, as they wield basic public issues like water, electricity, and graft against the country’s oldest and most powerful two political establishments. It gives an insider’s view into Kejriwal’s brand of politics, which has split popular opinion into two prominent factions. One labels it selfish and anarchic, while the other insists on seeing it as a major shift in the Indian political paradigm.

The screening is followed by a Q&A with the directors

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