Love’s Labour Lost - Vikram Verma in Dawn, India, 1944.
Gandhi and Jinnah met in September. Their talks were friendly and cordial, but they were as far apart at the end of them as at the beginning. Gandhi told a Press conference in Bombay that the talks had not really broken down. They had only been adjourned sine die. "Each one of us must know how to talk to the public and put our view points before them. If we do so dispassionately and if the public cooperate, then we may reach a solution of the seemingly insoluble at an early date." Gandhi and Jinnah are shown coming out of a broken egg, symbolizing failure.