Last Movie of Om Puri’s Life!!
2006 Varanasi: The Untold is an upcoming crime, thriller movie, which is based on a true event of 2006 bomb attack on Hindu holy place, Varanasi.
News about Om Puri death came as a huge shock for all the members of B-town that on January 6, 2017, Om Puri was found died in his kitchen at his Lokhandwala Oakland Park residence.
Day before his death, he was in good health and returned to his home after shooting and next day, this thunder shocking news came that Om Puri is no more to entertain his fans anymore.
66 years old, Om Puri was one of the most talented stars of Indian film industry and but after his death, everyone is expecting that Salman Khan starrer movie, Tubelight, will be his last movie of his career but that was not true at all because Ravi Kishan starrer movie, 2006 Varanasi: The Untold, will be his last movie.
2006 Varanasi: The Untold Crew
Actor cum director, Aryeman Ramsay, is going to sit on director’s chair with his own script. Babbu Khanna is the action director and Nikhil Joshi is the co-writer of this movie.
It is produced by Mire Marwah, Ankit Bhardwaj, Nandan Sankritayan, whereas Bhavesh Panchmatia is the executive producer of 2006 Varanasi: The Untold.
2006 Varanasi: The Untold Star Cast
One of the most popular Bhojpuri actors, Ravi Kishan Shukla, who also worked in Hindi and Telugu movies, is going to share silver screen with late Om Puri and other stars.
Raima Sen is playing the female lead role of a terrorist, who was the part of terrorist group, which planted the bombing series at Varanasi.
Other than Ravi Kishan and Om Puri, rest of the star cast of this movie are as follows:
- Rahul Dev
- Mukul Dev
- Kamlesh Sawant
- Nitash Marwah
- Ankit Bhardwaj
- Matilda Petrovic
- Apurv Ratan and many more.
Before Om Puri’s death, he finished the shooting of 2006 Varanasi: The Untold, but he was died before completing the debugging of his character that’s why writer cum actor, Tigmanshu Dhulia is now giving his voice to Om Puri’s Character in this movie. Om Puri was featuring the role of film’s narrator cum writer in 2006 Varanasi: The Untold.
2006 Varanasi: The Untold Story-line
It is based on a true event of bombing series that occurred across the holy city, Varanasi, in India.
On March 7, 2006, bombers targeted two main crowded place of Varanasi for planting a bomb. They installed fir bomb at the Hindu holy temple, Sankat Mochan Hanuman Temple and second bomb site was Varanasi Cantonment Railway Station.
In this blast, around 105 people were seriously injured whereas, almost 30 people were died on the spot.
Now, it’s time to check the Aryeman Ramsay and Nikhil Joshi talent, that how they present such a serious issue to their audience.
2006 Varanasi: The Untold Poster
Till now, makers of this movie, has released its two official posters.
In first one, all the main lead cast of this movie were standing in the poster and everyone is giving intense look except Rahul Dev, who has a deadly smile on his face.
And in second poster, Raina Sen took the whole poster. In this poster Raima Sen was standing in blue saree, having eyes down and thinking something. She is looking, gorgeous, bold, fearless, intense, in upper half of the poster whereas in lower half, her reflection was there. In which she was wearing a Burkha and has serious, emotional less look.
Other than Raima Sen, a tag line was written there that, “Every Pakistani is not a terrorist, But why does every terrorist turns out to be a PAKISTANI”
2006 Varanasi: The Untold Release Date
Makers of 2006 Varanasi: The Untold slated this movie to hit theatres in May, 2017.
This movie has to face a tough competition with other Indian movie releasing in May, 2017 like Meri Pyari Bindu, Hindi Medium, and much anticipated biopic of legendary cricketer Sachin, which is releasing under the title, Sachin: A Billion Dreams on May 26, 2017.
We recommend this movie to Indian audience because this movie will tell the harsh truth behind the active terrorist groups in India. And it will also show the history of 2006 Varanasi attack to youngster, which increase the patriotic feeling among Indians.
And second reason to watch this movie is to watch this movie as a tribute to late Om Puri’s.
So, friends are you excited to watch this movie in your nearby theatres? Feel free to share your thoughts using comment box below.