The trailer of the much-awaited web series Mumbai Diaries 26/11 was released. It was launched at the Gateway of India, paying tribute to the frontline workers and heroes in the presence of Maharashtra Tourism and Environment Minister Aaditya Thackeray.
Thackeray said Mumbai’s spirit is undeniably flexible, but behind this resilience are many untold stories of the bravery and sacrifice of our frontline workers. Doctors, nurses, ward boys, police, BMC workers – all have been the real heroes who kept the city running in times of crisis.
Today, I am delighted to be a part of Sahas Ko Salaam, an event that honours the bravery of our frontline workers at the trailer launch of Mumbai Diaries 26/11, a series that pays tribute to these workers. It is heartening to see such content being created and I would like to congratulate the makers and the cast of the series.
Mumbai Diaries 26/11, directed by Nikkhil Advani and produced by Emmay Entertainment, is a fictional drama set in the backdrop of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks, paying tribute to frontline warriors.
This series is an account of the incidents that happened in a government hospital. It explores the challenges faced by the medical staff at the hospital, as well as other first responders across Mumbai, who deal with a monumental crisis.
We are thrilled to expand our slate of originals with a one-of-a-kind, emotional and captivating medical drama that gives a unique perspective to the events of November 26, 2008 – a tragedy that will forever haunt the people of Mumbai. will be marked.
Talking about the show, Nikkhil Advani said, A tribute to the bravery of frontline workers and unsung heroes, the series presents a perfect blend of emotion and drama through a versatile ensemble cast of actors who have made it public. I have worked with my heart to bring it to the fore.
The series stars Konkona Sen Sharma, Mohit Raina, Tina Desai, Shreya Dhanwantri, Satyajit Dubey, Natasha Bharadwaj, Mrinmayi Deshpande and Prakash Belawadi.
The show will release on Amazon Prime Video on 9 September.