Shekhar Kapur sleepless after watching RGV's THE ATTACKS OF 26/11

glamsham.com editorial
20 February 2013
Shekhar Kapur sleepless after watching RGV's THE ATTACKS OF 26/11

By Glamsham Editorial

The image of the burning dome of Taj, the empty CST station, the bullet marks at Leopold Cafe and the peaceful candlelight march come flooding back when one talks about the terrible 2008 terror attacks.

These images came flashing back to talented director Shekhar Kapur who recently watched Ram Gopal Varma's THE ATTACKS OF 26/11.

He used the micro blogging site to express his feeling after watching the movie. He wrote, "Tonight is gonna b a tough night 2 sleep. Just came out of a screening of Ram Gopal Varma's film on 26/11 @RGVzoomin," he further went onto add, "Every1 will have a deeply personal reaction 2 Ram Gopal Varma's film on 26/11, but it left me haunted by d ghosts of those fateful days."

Recently even superstar Amitabh Bachchan who saw the first draft of the movie praised it. Ram Gopal Varma has done tremendous research on the subject as well as the characters and this can be seen in the reaction of anyone who has seen the movie. The promos and music of the film has been received well by the audiences.

The movie is slated to release on 1st March, 2013.

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