All of us remember most of the terrorist attacks that have ripped through India in the past like they happened just yesterday. The various attacks in the form of blasts, firings and other ways have been etched in the mind of every Indian as they were unfair and gory acts of terror which were unforgivable. And while the country's security forces did whatever they could in all the times of utmost unrest, there were groups which blames the governments for their lack of alertness and proper safety majors. Over time, filmmakers took it upon themselves to narrate the stories of those officers who were commissioned to solve these cases of terrorism in order to speak for the forces that work relentlessly to guard and protect the citizens of India. Films like Border, L.O.C. and the most recent Uri: The Surgical Strike are examples of this. And now, Raj Kumar Gupta has brought to us Arjun Kapoor-starrer India's Most Wanted.
The film is out in theatres now and ever since, congratulatory wishes have been pouring in from all sides for the makers. And while everyone appreciated the effort put into the making of the film, there was one voice that stood out among them all. It was that of Harsh Hede, a survivor of the 2010 German Bakery, Pune blast. This blast features prominently in the film as the terrorist who was the mastermind behind the blast features as 'India's Most Wanted' in Arjun Kapoor's film.
Harsh tweeted yesterday thanking the unsung heroes who captured the terrorist. Tagging Arjun Kapoor, Harsh's tweet read, "I sincerely salute those heroes for capturing the person who is responsible for my worst nightmares. I know how difficult it's to survive a bomb blast. I will never forget 13th Feb, 2010 Thanks @arjunk26 @foxstarhindi and @rajkumar_rkg for telling this story of
#IndiasMostWanted." Have a look at his tweet here:
And now, Arjun Kapoor has taken note of the tweet and made sure to drop a reply. Have a look at the actor's reply:
Heartwarming is the word. It feels good to know that our forces have really been working hard for our safety and it is only right that we don't blame them in times of stress. Instead, believing in India's security forces and letting them do their job would be the best instead of demanding answers.
Well, we hope other survivors from 2010's terrorist attacks too find solace in the fact that the culprit was not spared. Stay tuned to BollywoodLife for more updates.
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