Mee Raqsam (transl. I Dance), revolves around a young girl’s aspiration to become a dancer, but coming from a small village like Mijwan, everyone questions her dreams and choices. It’s only her father who trusts, supports, and helps her in this journey of achieving her dream. Every individual in the plot is uni-dimensional — the good Muslim father, the gutsy Muslim daughter, the good Hindu teacher, the regressive Muslim town elders, the manipulative Hindu heavyweight and so on — and not one of them sets a foot outside their designated slot in the screenplay as young Maryam (Aditi Subedi) and her Dad Salim (Danish Husain) are socially ostracised when she pursues her ambition with his blessing.
This is not to suggest that the happenings in the story are improbable, impossible, or exaggerated. Not at all. The obduracy of the Muslim community, the resentment of the Hindu community, and the open-mindedness of individuals from both qualms as depicted in this film is realistic, accurate, and believable. Yes, even that man who keeps addressing Maryam as Sultana because he cannot be bothered enough to remember her name since she never rises above being “a Mohammedan girl” to become just a human being in his eyes. If you are inclined to dismiss this element in the film, do check with the Salmans and Alis of India who routinely gets called “Mohammed” by forgetful acquaintances because y’ know, “Muslim-Muslim, Ek hi to baat hai” (same thing)” or ask an Anna if she is randomly called Mary and Nancy.
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