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Terrorism in Bollywood!

December 3, 2008 2:48:00 PM IST
Rachana, Bollywood Trade News Network
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Over the last few years we have been observing that the number of movies made on terrorism in Bollywood seems to have gained momentum. And why not today, as India is engulfed with terror attacks, how could the world's largest film making industry (Bollywood) be untouched by it?

Let's have a walk through over the films which gave an uncanny resemblance to the current attack.

A WEDNESDAY: This is the most recent Bollywood film on terrorism. Debutant director Neeraj Pandey represented in a very different manner. Here a man calls up retiring commissioner of police and tells him that he has planted bombs in five places around the city and creates panic. The film represents the angst of the common man, who is taken for granted by both terrorists and police, and becomes a victim every now and then for no reason.





 
 

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