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So Arjun Kapoor’s ‘India’s Most Wanted’ is based on the story of this terrorist!

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The trailer of Arjun Kapoor’s new Film India’s Most Wanted has been released. The film is based on a true story. It is believed that this terrorist group could be based on the story of the founder of Indian Mujahideen Yasin Bhatkal.

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The trailer of Arjun Kapoor’s new film India’s Most Wanted has been released, which people have liked quite well. The film is based on a true story. It is believed that this movie may be based on the terrorist group Indian Mujahideen founder Yasin Bhatkal. However, director Raj Kumar Gupta has convinced that the story of the film is true but did not tell which is based on.

On Thursday, the director said on the occasion of the trailer launch, “I want to say that it is based on a true event. Who is a terrorist, on whom this story is based, you can decide when you go to the theater to watch the movie? ‘

He further said, “I just want to say that this is a film based on a true story and it is a historic event for Indian intelligence, where a terrorist is caught without a shot. But for the detailed information, Will have to go see ”

Let us know that was one of the 15 wanted terrorists in the Delhi Police list. In August 2013, he was arrested on the Indo-Nepal border in a joint operation of Bihar Police and intelligence agencies. It is being judged that the story of the film has been woven on Bhatkal itself.

Significantly, Arjun Kapoor is playing the lead role in the film. The film will be released on May 24.



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