POSTED BY Outlook Web Desk ON Aug 24, 2014 AT 02:14 IST ,  Edited At: Aug 24, 2014 02:14 IST

After a day of much tension at the International border with Pakistan firing on border posts and villages and the Indian Home Minister asking the BSF jawans to give effective replies, here is a gentle reminder by Indian-American artist Zeshan Bagewadi that we are essentially the same people.

Zeshan Bagewadi uploaded this video at 11.59pm on 14th August, the moment when Pakistan and India's Independence Days overlap for a second. On his website, he mentions that his video has only one aim, to remind the two nations that "we simply have too much in common to be at odds with one another" and that “we are only separated by a border".

POSTED BY Outlook Web Desk ON Aug 24, 2014 AT 02:14 IST ,  Edited At: Aug 24, 2014 02:14 IST
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