"Kaz Rahman's film depicts salaat- Islamic prayer- both literally and more abstractly…reinforcing these moments as both integral to daily life, and yet somehow sacred and elevated, whether they occur in the hubbub of a city or in a pastoral glade."
- Al Hoff - Pittsburgh City Paper
"Kaz Rahman has very beautifully depicted the bonding of mankind with its creator in his film Salaat."
- Faisal M. Naim, New Delhi, India - The Hindu
"The Islamic prayer 'Salaat' is a refreshing experience to those who offer it. Now comes a film capturing these special moments in one's daily life."
- Iftekar Sharif - The Hindu
"The film is contemplative but abstract and minimalist..."
- Ann Rodgers, Pittsburgh, USA - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Islamofobi icin etkili bir ilac SINEMA
Star Gazette (Turkish), Turkey (August 22, 2013)
A Moment to Meditate
The Sound and Colours of Prayer
Broken Projector India (January 31, 2011)
Poetry on Celluloid
The New Indian Express Hyderabad, India (January 29, 2011)
Say a Beautiful Prayer
The Hindu New Delhi, India (January 29, 2011)
Salaat- Religious Art Film
The Etemaad Urdu Daily (Urdu), Hyderabad, India (January 29, 2011)
KNN, Prakruti bhavala varnanalatho 'Salaat' chitram
Andhra Prabha (Telugu), Hyderabad, India (January 25, 2011)
Salar Jung Museum Screening
The Munsif Daily (Urdu), Hyderabad, India (January 25, 2011)
Film focuses on Muslims at prayer
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Pittsburgh, USA (September 9, 2010)
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