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Godhra carnage film announced after 21 years, teaser revealed
Godhra carnage film announced after 21 years, teaser revealed

On February 27, 2002, the Sabarmati Express train from Godhra to Ahmedabad was set on fire in Gujarat, killing 59 people. About 21 years after this accident, now the film has been announced to be made on it. The name of the film has been named Godhra: Accident and Conspiracy and its teaser has also been released.

Godhra: Accident and Conspiracy is directed by MK Shivaksh and produced by BJ Purohit and Ram Kumar Pal. Information related to the cast of the film has not yet been given by the makers.

What is in the 1 minute 11 second teaser?: Film trade analyst Taran Adarsh has released the announcement teaser of this film. The teaser claims that the film is being made on true events. The teaser has started with the visuals of the train and then it shows the train catching fire. A file has also been shown in the teaser, in which it has been written by the Nanavati Magta Commission. The release date of the film has not been announced.

The makers have claimed that they have worked hard for the film and they researched for 5 years before making it.

 

Hardly you know that in this incident of 2002, coach number S6 of Sabarmati train was set on fire. According to reports, as soon as the train opened from Godhra station, the chain of the train was pulled and the train stopped. After which stones were hurled at the train and then a compartment was set on fire. After this incident, riots had started and several hundred people died. In the case, 31 people were sentenced to life imprisonment.

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