BBC Urdu looks at the lives of young Muslims

BBC Urdu’s series, ‘From a barber’s shop to a tea stall’ focuses on young Muslims residing in India.


BBC Urdu From a barber’s shop to a tea stall Nai Ki Dukan Se Chai Ki Dukan Tak New Delhi

 

India – India’s young Muslims, their views, hopes and concerns, are the subject of the new BBC Urdu series From a barber’s shop to a tea stall (Nai Ki Dukan Se Chai Ki Dukan Tak) is available on TV, radio and online.  The six-part TV and radio series and special content for the website bbcurdu.com is produced and presented by Mirza AB Baig.

As he visits New Delhi, Lucknow, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Bangalore and Mumbai, Mirza Baig talks to Muslim youths who, due to high unemployment, are used to socialising in barber shops and tea stalls in their communities.



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