Almost the entire film industry gathered at the Nadigar Sangam office premises in T. Nagar to participate in the homage session organized by Nadigar Sangam. Everyone paid homage to the gallant NSG commandos and police personnel who lost their lives while battling the terrorists and also to the victims of this heinous attack.
There were photographs of many gallant officers who were killed in the battle including Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan and Havaldar Gajendra Singh. There were also photographs depicting the battered Nariman House and Taj and Oberoi hotels representing the victims of the attack. After paying their respects by lighting candles and showering these photographs with flowers, the artists expressed their gratitude to the gallant officers for overcoming the terrorists. Then they pledged their devotion to the country, lauded the efforts of these brave soldiers and saluted them.
Almost the entire film industry including Producers' Council president Ramanarayanan, Nadigar Sangam secretary Radha Ravi, actors Sathyaraj, Arjun, Jayam Ravi, Srikanth, Prasanna, Dhanush, Vivek, Abbas, Jiiva, Jithan Ramesh, Sarath Babu, Bharath, Karthi, Parthiban, Murali, Shakthi, Sukanya, Raadika, Mumtaj, Latha and Sripriya were present at the event. Directors P. Vasu, Muktha Sreenivasan, Guganathan and producers Kalaipuli Sekaran, Sivasakthi Pandian, Pattiyal Sekar were also present.
There is no doubt that every Indian is feeling indebted to the NSG commandos and police after they successfully and bravely fought the terrorist attacks on Mumbai. While everyone is trying to express their gratitude to these commandos and police officials in some way, Nadigar Sangam held a meeting on December 2nd to pay homage to those who lost their lives in the terrorist attacks and to express their gratitude to the gallant military and police personnel who vanquished the militants.