The partition of India is etched in the history of the Indian subcontinent. The tragedy that unfolded with the mass expedition of people from different areas to the newly created states of India and Pakistan has been the subject of various movies, books and poetry. Many scholars have focused on the political progression that directed to the division of India, the creation of Pakistan, and the associated violence. Numerous people have attempted to find out who was the guilty and how far mutual ideas had made inroads into secular parties and sensibilities. But the main objective of this paper is to reveal the personality of Mohammad Ali Jinnah who played an important role in drawing boundaries between India and Pakistan. Jinnah had visualized that Pakistan would be a homeland for the Muslims of India without knowing that partition would give a free lead to genocide, mass migration and untold sufferings on millions. There has been much speculation about the role of the British in stepping up the partition, and Gandhi’s inability to prevent it. Whatever the causes of the partition, the brute facts cannot be challenged. All available evidences show that Jinnah alone was not responsible for the creation of Pakistan. Partition was not only the result of the British divide and rule policy but also the outcome of exact political blueprint to carry the partition of the country. In the present paper the role of Jinnah in the creation of Pakistan has been analyzed in context to Jaswant Singh’s book “Jinnah – India – Partition – Independence” and Jamil Dehlavi’s film “Jinnah”.