Fiercely nationalist and self-ruinous in his authenticity, 59-year-old filmmaker Sudhir Mishra is about to renew one of his most recent films, Yeh Woh Manzil Toh Nahin, about the protest of a man. “Indeed, Yeh Woh Manzil Toh Nahi seems important in terms of anti-CAA demonstrations to what is happening in our country today. In 1987, I made that movie. And if you recall that. In that film, the students were not agitating against any particular government or ideology, but because the friend of Pankaj Kapoor had died in mysterious circumstances.