The Batla House is all making the right buzz and with the latest post on, it speaks on finding the truth of an incident that swept the country like a rapid fire. An incident that brought the civilians on road to protest, the politicians involved and questioned the authenticity of the police.
On September 13, 2008, a series of bomb blasts in Delhi claimed over 26 lives and injured over 133 people. An operation was conducted on September 19 by the Special Cell of the Delhi Police, who raided a flat in Batla House. Two alleged terrorists, Atif Amin, and Mohammad Sajid were shot dead by the police. Certain political leaders, however, had termed the encounter as fake.
Recently, a teaser from the movie was released in which we see a politician stating that the men who were killed in the fake encounter were students. Scenes of protest are also seen in the teaser.
The John Abraham starrer "Batla House" will show him wearing patriotism on sleeves and as a police officer named DCP Sanjeev Kumar Yadav, all set on a journey to unravel the truth. The movie is based on a true incident inspired by the "Operation Batla House."
In his role of a top cop, John questions the innocence of the accused. "Hum nahi kehte ki woh students nai they. Magar kya woh bekasur they? (We are not claiming they were not students, but were they really innocent?)," John's character is seen saying.
As per the recent post of Emmay Entertainment the post read, "Questions were raised, judgments were passed and intentions were doubted, but the real answers are still not found. #BatlaHouse #BatlaHouseTrailerOn10thJuly @TheJohnAbraham @mrunal0801 @ravikishann @nikkhiladvani @writish @TSeries @johnabrahament @bakemycakefilms."
It seems that the truth is still unknown and in spite of all the interference by the politicians, media, and judiciary the truth is yet to be revealed. The truth will be revealed on 15 August 2019. "Batla House" is directed by Nikkhil Advani, and also features Mrunal Thakur.