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The Attacks of 26/11 movie review: Thought provoking yet definitely not the last word on the terror strikes
Ram Gopal Varma’s The Attacks of 26/11 is a shabby, unfinished recreation that cannot capture the scale or the audacity of the attacks that shocked the world
The Attacks of 26/11 by Ram Gopal Varma is one of the very first cinematic versions of the most audacious and long lasting terror attacks on Mumbai that had the Island city under siege for Click here to read more
Is Ram Gopal Varma in trouble?
The Attacks of 26/11 director has been served a legal notice for using the name of the boat that was hijacked by terrorists to reach Mumbai
Ram Gopal Varma has been served a legal notice by the owner of the boat Kuber, that was hijacked by terrorists to come to Mumbai to carry out the deadly terror attacks of November 2008. Click here to read more
The Attacks of 26/11 dialogue promo: How did Ajmal Kasab land in Mumbai?
In the teaser dialogue promo of his forthcoming release The Attacks of 26/11, director Ram Gopal Varma shows how the Pakistani terrorists landed in the island city and created havoc
In his upcoming film The Attacks of 26/11 – starring Nana Patekar and Atul Kulkarni in the lead roles – filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma will depict the terror attack that shook Mumbai in 2008. Click here to read more
The Attacks of 26/11: Nana Patekar says Ram Gopal Varma has made a good film after ages!
The reclusive actor was in form as he fielded questions and even took a few friendly jibes at RGV at an event to launch the music of the Sarkar director’s latest film
Nana Patekar is a 40-year veteran of the screen, a self confessed recluse. He waxed eloquent last night at Café Leopold at the music launch of Ram Gopal Varma’s latest movie, The Attacks of 26/11. Patekar spoke to the press with unusual frankness Click here to read more
The Attacks Of 26/11 song Maula maula: Nana Patekar’s screen presence is arresting in this disturbing number
The song from Ram Gopal Varma’s forthcoming film based on the Mumbai terrorist attacks is terrific and terrifying
In his upcoming film The Attacks of 26/11, Ram Gopal Varma will depict the terror attack that shook Mumbai in 2008. The song Maula maula from RGV’s crime thriller will give you a quick recap of the dreadful incident. Sung by Sukhwinder Singh, this track is hard-hitting and disturbing. The visuals are certainly not for the feeble-hearted. Click here to read more
The Attacks of 26/11: Ram Gopal Varma to release film’s only song at Leopold Cafe
The eating joint was one of the places attacked on November 26, 2008, by Pakistani terrorists
Leopold Cafe was one of the key targets of the brutal 26/11 Mumbai attacks. And five years down the line, filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma has decided to release the first song of his new film The Attacks of 26/11 at the same cafe on February 6. Click here to read more
‘The K File’ movie review: A bold solution to a dilemma called ‘Mohammed Ajmal Kasab’
A 10-minute short film that has been released online attempts to provide an answer to the socio-political dilemma that has haunted India since the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks
It’s been over three years since ten young men from a neighbouring country (Pakistan) entered Mumbai in broad daylight and went on a two-day killing spree through the city. While the inhabitants of the financial capital of India have managed to go back to their routines after 26/11, the Indian judiciary and government still wonders what to do with the sole surviving terrorist, Mohammed Ajmal Kasab Click here to read more