Ram Gopal Verma has been known to make a lot of unsuccessful choices��when it comes to film making. However it looks like he will be making a right move on this occasion. His upcoming venture ‘The Attacks of 26/11’ is based on the 2008 Mumbai attacks, where news��has it that the profit of what the film makes will be going to the victims and heroes of the tragic day.
Talking to the media, producer Parag Sanghvi was reported by Times of India explaining, “I don’t look at this film as a commercial venture.��The profit that will be earned from the film will be given to the victims and heroes of the Mumbai attacks.”��
Reflecting on the making of the film, Sanghvi says, “It is a huge film for me. It’s a very expensive film. We didn’t get to shoot the film in the original locations, so we had to create the entire set. We had to create the CST Station, so it wasn’t easy at all.”
Starring Nana Patekar, the film is set to release early next year as the producer adds, “The idea to make the film is that we want the world to see what happened that day. It’s been a very emotional journey.��We are planning to release the film early next year. I want to take this film across the world.”