A journey recreating the fright faced by the people and the courage with which they fought in an event that was never dreamt of by the city of dreams. Check out the Hotel Mumbai review here.

Retelling the story of the horror faced by Mumbai when a bunch of young men belonging to a major terrorist group walked into the city taking many young and innocent lives, Hotel Mumbai has everyone on their toes. It depicts the life of the brave hotel staff who decided to risk their own lives and protect and save the hotel guests staying true to their motto ‘Customer is God’.

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Set in Mumbai, the whole movie takes you through a journey recreating the fright faced by the people of the city. It also depicts the courage shown by everyday people in dealing with such a huge crisis. It takes you through a nail-biting experience, leaving you are at the edge of the seat. The gruesome act of terror depicted by the on-screen characters will leave you with goosebumps. The well-incorporated storylines, the careful consideration of accents and other smaller details makes you connect with every character while not distracting you from the main essence of the story.

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While showing the horrific acts of terror, Hotel Mumbai also highlights nuances that bring the essence of humanity into the movie. One scene that highlights this quite well is when one of the international guests is scared of Arjun’s, (played by Dev Patel), because of his appearance and how he handles the situation will leave you with a smile. Anupam Kher has as usual delivered his best as the head chef who tries to bring calm amidst the chaos to help the terrified guests. Armie Hammer and Nazanin Boniadi fare quite well as the American-Iranian/English couple, deeply in love and parents to an infant. Their heart-wrenching story is one of the many. Another interesting character is that of a Russian democrat played by Jason Isaacs who brings with him suspicion and intrigue. The other characters who have done a commendable job are Amandeep Singh, Suhail Nayyar, Manoj Mehra, Dinesh Kumar who play the terrorists. Their realistic performance will leave you impressed.

Directed by Anthony Maras and produced by Thunder Road Pictures the movie releases on 29th November 2019. Add this to your weekend plans if you haven’t already.