"Hotel Mumbai": Why The Upcoming Terror Film Of Dev Patel Is A Must-Watch

Aesha |Nov 26, 2019

On the 11th anniversary of the 2008 Mumbai terror attack, take a look at some of the reasons why you should watch "Hotel Mumbai".

Dev Patel upcoming starrer Hotel Mumbai is made based on the fatal Mumbai terror tragedy in 2008. The film is enlivened by the 2009 narrative Surviving Mumbai, documented the attacks that targetted the well known Taj Mahal Palace Hotel located in Mumbai, India.

Hotel Mumbai is an Anthony Maras directorial and the filmmaker and John Collee have co-written the film’s script. The mind-blowing plunge of a hard-hitting story dependent on evident occasions has been introduced in the nation by Zee Studios.

As we are all recalling 11 years of Mumbai terror attacks on this day, take a look at the reasons why we should watch Hotel Mumbai the movie:

Mumbai Terror Incident on 26/11

Mumbai Terror Attcak

The movie’s plot is luring enough for anybody to watch the spine thriller. Each Indian will understand the agony felt by victims' families who deceased during the horrendously dread incident. It's a type of tribute to every one of those who spared a hundred lives inside the lodging.

Dev Patel


The star turned into a global phenomenon after his debut film Slumdog Millionaire which also stars Freida Pinto. In the impending movie, he will be seen in the character of Arjun, a chef at the on-screen Taj Mahal Hotel. His acting bits have been heaping praises and stand among the biggest highlights.

The multi-national co-production

Hotel Mumbai
The film stars Dev Patel, Nazanin Bondiani, Armie Hammer and more.

It is undoubtedly thrilling to watch actors who come from different countries act alongside one another in this type of movie genre. As Hotel Mumbai is a collaboration of India, Australia and America, the cast, as well as the crew, are also mixed.

Anupam Kher

Anupam Kher

Apart from Dev Patel, seasoned actor Anupam Kher is another brilliant actor that takes part in the film. The star will be seen as Dev’s boss, head chef Hemant Oberoi.

Flattering appreciation


The film was initially screened on the 7th of September last year at TIFF (Toronto International Film Festival) and the film garnered an affable response. Post the release in the US and Australia, Hotel Mumbai is slated to go on floors in India on the 29th of November, 2019.


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