Bollywood actor aashish chaudhary experienced the movie drama in real life as his sister and brother-in-law were held hostage at the Oberoi Trident Hotel.
He told a news channel, "My sister Monica and her husband have been inside the hotel along with maybe 40 other hostages. They came here for dinner last night, but now they are not answering any calls. My parents have been here since last night and when we last heard from them, they told us that they have seen two terrorists and have heard a lot of gun shots. I didn't come at night fearing there will be panic, but since morning I have been standing here, waiting for them to be released."
He added, "Though the situation seems calm it must be tough inside."
So as of now, Aashish, who has acted in movies like Fight Club and the recent Dhamaal and the recent EMI is a worried man. We really pray this crisis comes to an end soon!
Tragedy struck Mumbai, one the worst terrorists attacks in the country on Wednesday night. There were many heart breaking scenes as terrorists went on a rampage, killing at least 125 people and injuring over 327 since Wednesday night. The Taj Mahal Palace and Tower Hotel, Oberoi Trident Hotel, Metro Theatre, the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (formerly Victoria Terminus) railway station were targeted.