Hyderabad: Despite a series of flops, criticism and controversies, maverick filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma has managed to impress the film goers with his latest film The Attacks of 26/11, which is based on the terror attacks which rocked Mumbai on Nov 26, 2008. Many members from Telugu film fraternity have watched and could not stop raving RGV's work in it.
The film The Attacks of 26/11, which released worldwide on Friday, features Nana Patekar, Sanjeev Jaiswal, Atul Kulkarni, Ganesh Yadav and Farzad Jehani in lead roles. Parag Sanghvi has produced the movie, which has been dubbed in Telugu as 26/11 India Pai Dhadi. Certain members of Telugu film fraternity took to Twitter to share their views on the movie. Here's what they wrote:
Filmmaker Puri Jagannath: Still reeling in the patriotic hangover after watching the terrific emotional saga 'The Attacks of 26/11'. Who else on the Indian movie arena can dare to venture and narrate it to the levels of such emotional excellence but RGV? Al-Qaeda will never let its members watch this movie for it will sure transform its terrorists into humanitarians.
Director Harish Shankar: Standing Ovation... In all Screens of Hyderabad ..for @rgvzoomin 26/11. I won't wonder if it Wins an Oscar.
Actor Subbaraju: Just watched 'The Attacks of 26/11', amazing film. Watching movies like this amazes me, how updated and contemporary is the classic text book of film making called RGV.
Writer Kona Venkat: RGV has proven once again that he is the master of realistic cinema.
Actor Charmi Kaur: Just saw 26/11. I have no words but lots to express.
Actor Madhu Shalini: Saw 26/11 last night. Brilliant film. RGV at his best and my favourite Nana Patekar has delivered another outstanding performance. I just can't get over the movie. Want to watch it again!
Actor Sneha Ullal: Salute @RGVzoomin for 26-11. A film to remember.
Director Kamal Kamaraju: OMG #26/11 @RGVzoomin take a bow sir 4 tht vt station episode need sme breath fresh air after tht. #interval nw. I cud c d director in rgv dancing all thru the film. Take a bow sir #26/11 now 1/3 (sic).