One of the most famous movie industries in Asia is Bollywood in India. After 9/11 it began to produce a new trend of movies which tried to make sense of 9/11 from the Other’s point of view. The ‘Other’ in this essay is the Asian and the Muslim too. The movies chosen for this research are Kurbaan (2009) produced by Karan Johar and My Name Is Khan (2010) produced by Hiroo Yash Johar and Gauri Khan. They have been produced, directed and acted in by Muslims and Hindus as well as Christians due to India’s multiple-religious society and ethnic groups. This chapter puts forth the argument that Kurbaan is a harsh critique of Muslims and their involvement in terrorism. It turns Muslims into villains without giving them space to defend themselves, whether they are male or female. My Name Is Khan, released after Kurbaan, tries to defend the Muslims. However, the project fails because Khan, the main character, suffers from Asperger’s syndrome since birth. Thus, this chapter will compare and contrast both movies to reflect on the events of 9/11 as well as the terrorism that is portrayed via both movies.