Bollywood film Rustom's trailer revisits a famous murder case in 1950's Mumbai

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The forthcoming Bollywood movie Rustom revisits the notorious KM Nanavati homicide case of 1959, through which an Indian naval commander went on trial for killing his spouse’s paramour in Mumbai.

Its intense first trailer means that the movie will discover the gray shades of what grew to become one of many first extensively-publicised trials in India, as well as the role of the media and the usage of patriotic sentiments to manipulate public opinion.

Rustom Trailer Murder Case Mumbai

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Rustom bears many similarities with the unique case. Akshay Kumar performs a naval officer Rustom Pavri who’s being tried for the murder of his wife’s alleged lover after he discovers their affair. The unique case was additionally the final trial by which a jury delivered the decision in India, because the jury was discovered to be biased because of the general public help obtained by the officer Nanavati. After being held responsible in the first trial, Nanavati was lastly pardoned in 1962 and migrated to Canada. It stays to be seen whether or not the movie will come to an identical conclusion.

Rustom will launch globally on August 12 depicting story of KM Nanavati murder case held in Mumbai.

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Bollywood film Rustom's trailer revisits a famous murder case in 1950's Mumbai

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