Mumbai Diaries 26/11 on Amazon through its trailer seems to pack a story of how a hospital makes choices under a terrorist attack.
Amazon Prime Video released the trailer of the much-awaited show Mumbai Diaries 26/11. And it takes us all back to the dreadful time of terror when Mumbai had brave through a terrorist attack. The trailer shows that show’s entire focus will be on the General Hospital and how it is handling itself while being under attack. A bunch of doctors and trainees are trying their best to save the hospital as well as treat the injured that are being brought from somewhere else. While they struggle through their emotional journies as their are loved ones are also under hostage situations they also have to keep up the oath of being doctors.
The show’s trailer hints towards a fresher new perspective of the attack, that we might have not seen before. While the doctor are busy treating the injured as well as braving through an attack on them, there are also injured attackers who are brought to the hospital. The moral question that arises then is whether to look at the human body and treat or human character and leave? The trailer packs quite a thrilling, adrenaline rush of a story of the nightmarish time. And while the series main focus will be doctors yet it also unfolds from the eyes of cops, doctors, media persons, and several others who were in the line of fire that day.
Watch out for the trailer here!
The series, starring Mohit Raina, Konkona Sen Sharma, Tina Desai, Shreya Dhanwanthary, Satyajeet Dubey, Natasha Bharadwaj, Mrunmayee Deshpande, and Prakash Belawadi, has been created by director Nikkhil Advani. From the trailer, it looks like it packs a story of terrorizing time which was filled with the choices that people made that day.
What did you think about the trailer? Tell us in the comments and the series hist on our screen on September 9th.
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