Arjun Kapoor starrer India’s Most Wanted that hit the screens yesterday has been receiving rave reviews. The film details the story of five intelligence officers’ manhunt sans any monetary aid and weapons, for a terrorist who had been the mastermind behind some of the most brutal bomb blasts across the length and the breadth of India. As per speculations, the film is based on Yasin Bhatkal, the founder leader of the terrorist organization, Indian Mujahideen.
Harsh Hede, a survivor of the Pune bombings that took place on February 13, 2010, took to Twitter and thanked the makers of India’s Most Wanted on making the film.
Check out his post here:
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
— Harsh Hede (@harshhede) May 24, 2019
This is definitely a big complimemet for the film. If a film can touch lives beyond entertaining them, then nothing like it.