International Campaign for Justice in Bhopal (ICJB)
and Association for India's Development (AID) presents...



a film by Mahesh Mathai


Naseeruddin Shah, Zeenat Aman and Kay Kay Nethra Raghuraman

(Hindi with English subtitles)

4.30pm to 6.30pm

Sunday, April 27th in the Texas Union Theatre 2.228

Directions and parking:

Suggested donation is $5. All proceeds will go to ICJB.

On December 3rd 1984, over 40 tons of highly poisonous gas leaked out of the pesticide factory of Union Carbide in Bhopal, India. Thousands died in the immediate aftermath and at least 20,000 have died since. It is estimated that 10-15 are dying every month. It is the worst chemical disaster known to man.

The film 'Bhopal Express' is a human drama set against the tragedy, through the eyes of a newly wed couple and their friend. The film examines the irresponsible methods of large corporations and their effects on common people. More information on the movie at

This screening is a part of the women survivors tour in the US. This film will be followed by an informal discussion with prominent Bhopal activists and survivors - Krishnaveni, Rashida Bi and Champa Devi.

For more information contact -

Nishant Jain
Association for India's Development at Austin

Tel 512 422 7169

Gundu Krishnaveni
US Coordinator
International Campaign for Justice in Bhopal

(Coalition of environmental & social justice organizations led by women's survivor groups of 1984 Union Carbide gas disaster)

Tel 832 444 1731