Hotel Mumbai: A Tribute To The Fighting Spirit Of The People Of Mumbai
The Saransh fame, himself, feels obliged to have been chosen as a part of this heroic movie.
Anupam Kher, born on 7th March 1955, is known for his versatility as an actor, director, producer, comedian and censor member. The 64 year old, has appeared in about 500 films in several languages.
The living legend Anupam Kher is all set to bang his 501st movie with a landmark with ‘Hotel Mumbai’. The movie which recounts the 26/11 terrorist attack on Hotel Taj, Mumbai, is ready to hit the theaters on 29th March 2020. Anupam Kher plays the character of Hemant Oberoi in this movie. Hemant was the hotels celebrated executive chef and a real-life hero who demonstrated exemplary strength during the attack and saved the lives of many hotel guests and staff with his courage.
The Saransh fame, himself, feels obliged to have been chosen as a part of this heroic movie. As per Kher, the movie is very difficult as it emotionally exhausts and mentally disturbs as an actor. It forces your mind to imagine how difficult it would have been for the victims and their family to bear the pain and suffering during the three days of this impulsive terror attack.
Anupam Kher also compliments by saying that the beauty of this movie is how those staff, who we do not bother to give a second look, bring out their humanity, putting their lives at stake to rescue a line of guests. For them, hotel was their sacred home and they are the real heroes who ought to be in spotlight.
Marking it as a courageous film, the superstar also gave a great comment stating that in the world of commercialization like today’s, making a film on this subject, has taught him to value humanity than anything else.
He feels that cinema can make an impact to have compassion for victims by unsettling the audience exactly like the film does. It depicts how the whole world comes together during a terror attack.
Praising Mumbai for reviving shortly after this brutal attack, he does not deny the scar of the attack, but praises the sense of survival of Indian people feeling lucky to portray the movie on the screen.