tv series on mumbai attacks

In this photo taken on Nov. 22, 2018, an Indian woman walks past a wall marked with bullet holes from the 2008 Mumbai attacks, next to the Nariman House cultural and religious center of the ultra-orthodox Jewish Chabad-Lubavitch movement, the site of one of the assaults, in Mumbai. (Indranil Mukherjee/AFP via Getty Images)

MUMBAI – Zero Gravity Partners, a Los Angeles-based company, is set to come up with a television series based on the life of David Coleman Headley and Tahawwur Hussain Rana, Headley’s alleged accomplice in the 2008 terror attacks in Mumbai.

The production house is co-owned by Rohini Singh and Manmeet Singh, along with Mubina Rattonsey.

Talking about the show, the company said in a press release: "The story in its truth and raw emotion is about an international spy who masterminded the 26/11 Mumbai massacre, and his co-conspirator who provided material support to commit terrorist acts against multiple overseas targets.”

India-West Staff Reporter adds: An estimated 174 people died in the attacks. Lakshar-e-Taliba, an Islamic terrorist organization based in Pakistan, reportedly carried out the attacks that spanned four days.

"In the history of extremism, nothing seems quite as intriguing or quite as dangerous as free-roaming terrorists,” a press release said. “We are excited to collaborate with film makers and talent from the U.S, India and across the globe."

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