Police have arrested five people in connection with the seizure of 54 kilograms of heroine worth Rs 250 crores in Batla House in Delhi. The arrested people include two Afghan nationals, Altaf Khan, and Abid Hussain Sultan, as well as Tifal Nau Khez, Hashmat Mohammadi, and Abdullah Najibullah alias Nabi. The police are now investigating how the drugs were procured and smuggled out of the country.
John Abraham was the first choice for the director’s chair for the upcoming film ‘Batla House’. He approached the director after finishing the previous films ‘Satyameva Jayate’ and ‘Parmanu: The Untold Story of Pokhran.’ When asked to take on the role of a desi boy, John Abraham’s response was that ‘Batla House’ is a character that will “make some noise” for the desi boys.
Mrunal Thakur is the actress who plays Shobhna Yadav in ‘Batla House’. The actress started her career in Hindi television serials before focusing on Marathi films. Her credits include Kumkum Bhagya and Love Sonia. Her performance in ‘Super 30’ earned her acclaim, as well as a lead role in Ghost Stories.
Amruta Sant’s role in ‘Batla House’ is inspired by a real-life police encounter in Delhi in 2008. The film’s protagonist was a police officer named Mohan Chand Sharma, who was sadly shot by five students who had decided to commit a violent crime. However, the film isn’t about the incident that killed Mohan Chand Sharma, but about what transpired after. One of the officers, a patriotic policeman, turned murderer and the other five students became terrorists.
Ariz Khan, alias Junaid, was convicted in the Batla House encounter, and he received the death penalty. In addition to Shahzad, a Delhi court also imposed a fine of Rs. 11 lakhs on the convict. Of the fine, Rs. ten lakhs will go to the family of MC Sharma, who died during the encounter. The trial for the terrorist Ariz Khan will take place in 2021.
Sanjeev Kumar Yadav is the Deputy Commissioner of Police. His team catches five university students who are believed to have been involved in the 13 September 2008 explosions in Delhi. Indian Mujahideen claimed responsibility for the attacks. After hearing gunfire, the police officers decide to engage in the fight. The ensuing gunfire kills Adil Ameen and Sadiq, and the police arrests Tufail.