From hard-hitting dialogues to daring stunts, ZEE5’s State of Seige:26/11 has it all! Titled ‘Sahas Ki Vijay,’ the war cry of the 51 Special Action Group, the power-packed song showcases what the NSG went through during the horrific terror attacks of 26/11, that shook the entire nation.
High on patriotism, the track witnesses Arjan Bajwa, Arjun Bijlani, Vivek Dahiya, Mukul Dev along with the other cast in the terror attack situation.
Sung by Divya Kumar, the music of ‘Sahas Ki Vijay’ is given by Ravi Singhal and the uplifting lyrics are penned by Kunaal Vermaa..
The eight-episode series unravels the untold stories and is a true to account narrative of the various events that turned into the prolonged terror siege of Mumbai on 26th November 2008.
The recently launched State of Siege: 26/11 is receiving rave reviews and stars Arjan Bajwa, Arjun Bijlani, Vivek Dahiya, Mukul Dev and other talented actors and is produced by Abhimanyu Singh of Contiloe Pictures, based on Sandeep Unnithan’s bestseller Black Tornado: The Three Sieges of Mumbai 26/11. The series focuses on the NSG commandos and their role, it will shed light on hitherto unknown facts about the entire incident and share all the untold stories.
It subtly also showcases other aspects of the circumstances during the unfortunate incident from the police forces and their struggle to how the NSG commandos were called on short notice, the media reportage and many more such incidents.
A lot goes beyond the planning and plotting of a tragedy that unfolded in Mumbai. The makers, keeping the picturisation close to its facts are all set to bring State of Siege: 26/11 to the audience.
Truly this show is going to make you time travel an over a decade ago and make you feel like all this is just happening right in front of you. Every character leaving no stone unturned also went through special training to look, feel, enact, speak a particular way. Another commendable thing about the makers is on how they have ensured every character is finely remade to know everything we may have missed out on.