One of the most awaited Originals – ZEE5’s State of Siege: 26/11 is all set to premiere on 20th March. Produced by Abhimanyu Singh of Contiloe Pictures, the gripping narrative provides a first-hand account of the tragedy that befell Mumbai, the city of dreams. During the 26/ 11 attacks in Mumbai, the city and its people underwent many difficulties as well as lost their families and loved ones. As actor Sid Makkar will feature in the upcoming series, he shares his real-life experience during the 26/11 attacks in Mumbai.
The series State of Siege: 26/11 focuses on the NSG commandos and their role, it will shed light on hitherto unknown facts about the entire incident and share all the untold stories. In the series, Sid Makkar will be seen playing the role of a news anchor. Sharing his real-life experience during the attack, he recollects, "When the actual attack happened, I was at home. I still remember when they caught Kasab, I could hear the gunshot and the tire burst from my building, they were headed towards Malabar Hill which is very close to my house."
Sid Makkar revealed how he could hear the gunshot and the tire burst from his building and shared his experience when the police managed to capture the terrorist Ajmal Kasab. The actor also went revealed that the terrorists were headed towards Malabar Hill that is very close to his house.
Meanwhile, as Sid Makkar shares his story from the dreadful night the city faced, this edge of the seat thriller features an impressive cast comprising Arjan Bajwa, Arjun Bijlani, Vivek Dahiya, Sid Makkar, Tara Alisha Berry, Khalida Jaan, Jyoti Gauba, Roshni Sahota, Suzanne Bernert, Naren Kumar and Jason Shah. The series State of Siege: 26/11 is all set to stream from 20th March only on ZEE5.Also Read: Binge Or Cringe, Spenser Confidential Review: A Complete Masala Entertainer That's High On Action, Thrill And Comedy
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