Entertainment : Web series Onir to helm series on Pulwama attack

Movie producer Onir is set to coordinate a series on the 2019 Pulwama dread assault in which 40 Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) staff were killed by a Jaish-e-Mohammed fear based oppressor.

Named Pulwama Key No. 1026, the eight-rambling SonyLIV series depends on writer and columnist Rahul Pandita’s book The Lover Boy of Bahawalpur.

The CRPF work force were killed when a Jaish-e-Mohammed fear based oppressor smashed an explosives-loaded vehicle into their transport on February 14, 2019.

“To give proper respect to the bravehearts and the NIA group who carefully explored the assault, SonyLIV carries the never-seen story with Pulwama Key No. 1026 helmed by National Award-winning chief Onir. The series is a recognition for that load of saints whose fantasies were blown to bits the moment the self destruction aircraft’s vehicle hit the transport,” an assertion from the creators read.

Ashish Golwalkar, Head-Content, SonyLIV, Sony Entertainment Television, Sony Pictures Networks India, said Pulwama Key No 1026 plans to account an “genuine story” of the abhorrent assault.

“Rahul Pandita’s book The Lover Boy of Bahawalpur is a critical perused and draws out the obscure realities about the episode and what followed consequently. We are satisfied to report this task that is supported by Onir, a stunning chief,” Golwalkar said.

Onir, who is ready as the chief and showrunner of the series, said the assault not simply killed 40 CRPF jawans yet additionally “broke India and its kin.”

“Forty isn’t only a number, however the living longs for these valiant men and their families blown separated. An arresting, enthusiastic story of an episode that left the whole country crushed, Pulwama Key No. 1026 is the anecdote about the people who worked indefatigably to discover reality. It’s a story each Indian should know, and I feel respected to rudder this venture alongside essayist Rahul Pandita,” the chief said.

Rahul Pandita said the series will give spotlight to the ones who lost their lives and the people who explored the assaults.

“As a writer announcing from struggle regions, my undertaking consistently has been to loan face to individuals who in any case get covered in history as measurements. The troopers killed in the Pulwama assault had names, lives, dreams, any expectations of future.

So do the people who explored the case carefully, frequently placing themselves at serious risk. I’m happy that with my companion Onir we will actually want to recount to these singular stories all weaved in one epic dramatization,” he added.

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