Hindi film industry is all geared up to make a film on India’s non-military pre-emptive air strike done on Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed terror camp. As reported by a news daily, filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali and Abhishek Kapoor are on board with T-Series’ honcho Bhushan Kumar to give life to the story of bravery on screen. The film is reportedly set to show how the entire incident that kept the two nations busy throughout the last few weeks.

As reported by Mumbai Mirror, the project will be helmed by Abhishek Kapoor whose last Kedarnath received mixed responses from the audience. A source close to the development told the daily that the film will also focus on how the entire nation turned united for India’s fight against terrorism. It will also show Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman‘s journey of returning to India safely after he had to eject himself from his plane and land in Pakistan.

Abhishek Kapoor (Photo Courtesy: IANS)


The source added that the project is a tribute to the Indian Air Force by the makers and the earning of the film will be given to the families of the martyrs. The daily quoted the source saying, “This project is our small way of saluting our armed forces and their families,” and “several A-list actors have shown interest in the film.”

The reporter further read, “It will be our tribute to the nation. After the gutless terror attack in Pulwama, the IAF surgical strike at Balakot was a well-planned, 100 per cent successful operation which hit the enemy targets with precision. It is an honour to bring this story on the big screen so that we, as Indians, can revel in our national pride.”

Earlier, HuffPost India reported that a day after the air strike happened, people were spotted rushing to the Indian Motion Pictures Producer’s Association (IMPPA) to register the title of the films based on Pulwama attack and the air strikes thereafter.