After Uri: The Surgical Strike, now a film on Pulwama terror attack; This Bollywood actor will play the lead role!
Kedarnath movie director Abhishek Kapoor, is planning to make a film on the Pulwama terror attack which took place on 14th February, 2019.
- Pulwama terror attack took place on 14th February, 2019
- The terror attacks left the entire country mourning
- Director Abhishek Kapoor is making a film on Pulwama attack
According to reports, Kedarnath fame director Abhishek Kapoor, is planning to make a film on the Pulwama terror attack which left the entire nation mourning & angered at the same time.
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And in-case you are wondering who's playing the lead role, then the latest reports on internet suggest that 'Dhadak' actor Ishaan Khatter has been roped in to play a pivotal role in this film.
Ishaan Khatter with brother Shahid Kapoor
The actor is still in talks with his parents about the role and is yet to confirm the same. Ishaan in a previous interview had said that he always discusses projects with his brother Shahid Kapoor, to whom he is very close and also his mother Neelima.
And if everything falls in places, he will be up on the board for this next project.
The film will be based on attack by the terrorist group Jaish-e-Mohammed which took place on 14th February, 2019 and the incidents that followed a few airstrikes by the Indian Air Force in Balakot in retaliation to the attacks.
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