Actor Akshaye Khanna makes his digital debut with the online movie “State Of Siege: Temple Assault”. The Ken Ghosh directorial relies on the Akshardham temple terror strike of September 24, 2002, in Gandhinagar, Gujarat.
Akshaye says he feels privileged to put on the uniform for his function and that he’s additional cautious and respectful in the direction of the uniform.
“To have the ability to put on the uniform with out taking the oath of the last word sacrifice is a privilege that solely an actor is afforded. My solely focus throughout the making has been to not disrespect that privilege,” stated the actor, who made a mark taking part in an armyman in JP Dutta’s 1997 superhit “Border”.
“Very not often have we highlighted the function of the Indian commandos in neutralising assaults by our enemies. The ‘State Of Siege’ collection was designed to present their perspective and contribution. The success of ‘State Of Siege: 26/11’ inspired us to inform these tales additional and the plain extension for us was to chronicle the occasions of the temple assault that shook the nation,” stated producer Abhimanyu Singh.
“State Of Siege: Temple Assault” will depict how, on September 24, 2002, a terrorist assault at Akshardham temple claimed over 30 lives and left 80 injured. The Nationwide Safety Guard (NSG) arrived on the spot, killed the terrorists, and ended the siege. It’s slated to premiere on Zee5.