India’s Most Wanted: Arjun Kapoor pens a note for German Bakery blast survivor who thanked him for the film


India’s Most Wanted: Arjun Kapoor pens a note for German Bakery blast survivor who thanked him for the film

Since the past few​​ weeks, Arjun Kapoor has been busy with the promotions of Raj Kumar Gupta’s India’s Most Wanted, and while the film hit the screens on May 24, 2019, audiences have been appreciating Arjun’s acting and the plot of the film. For the first time, Arjun Kapoor has forayed into the thriller genre as in the film, Arjun Kapoor essays the role of an intelligence officer. For all those who don’t know, India’s Most Wanted narrates the story of 5 unlikely heroes who are on a mission to find India’s Osama rumoured to be about the deadly terrorist Yasin Bhatkal

Now, if you have seen the trailer of the film, you’d know that the trailer opens with a mention to all the ghastly terrorist attacks that shook the nation and one such survivor of these bomb blasts that took place in Pune’s German Bakery in 2010 has thanked Arjun Kapoor for the film. The survivor took to Twitter to thank Arjun Kapoor as he wrote, “I sincerely salute those heroes for capturing the person who is responsible for my worst nightmares. I know how difficult it’s to survive a bomb blast. I will never forget 13th Feb, 2010. Thanks @arjunk26 @foxstarhindi and @rajkumar_rkg for telling this story of #IndiasMostWanted.”

Soon after, Arjun Kapoor replies to Harsh Hede as he wrote, “We can’t take away ur trauma but I hope u feel slightly better knowing Indias intelligence did everything in their power to bring him to justice..” While the trailer is being appreciated by fans, in a latest development, UAE Censor Board has decided to not release India’s Most Wanted in Dubai owing to an objectionable dialogue wherein one of the dialogues in the film refers to Dubai as a hub of terrorists