The last handwritten newspaper in the world “The Musalman” is in Urdu, since 1927 in India Chennai. I got really emotional when I saw this documentary - it just reminds me of my roots. Urdu is certainly more than a language. It is history, belief and an identity of many. Thats what keeps “The Musalman” alive. People’s attachement to something which is more than a piece of paper.
“It is my love for Urdu which is keeping me attached with “The Musalman”“, says the Usman Gani, sub editor, The Musalman.