Whether it’s a slaughterhouse in the East End of London or a run-down hotel in the holy city of Al-Madinah, a tiny township in Northern Michigan or a fishing village on the Bay of Bengal in... More > India, people yearn for the same thing in common--life--to experience life and to feel alive.
Urdustan tells the stories of North Indians and Pakistanis; Muslims and Hindus; Desi Americans and British Asians. All come from the same land yet each leads a different life and tells a different story; each shares the desire to experience love and friendship, the insatiable urge to connect to others on a human level. The stories are richly interwoven with different characters from many walks of life--Hasidic Jews, African Americans, punks, deaf teens, gay males, and even supernatural creatures such as vampires and angels.
Romance, horror, racism, homophobia, audism, love, death, spirituality, fantasy, friendship play important factors in the storytelling of Urdustan.< Less