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Nithiin expresses his grief over Handwara attack; mourns the death of martyrs

Nithiin plans to come up with an interesting film Rang De after Bheeshma but the actor is limited to home because of lock down
by Anoop Sai Bandi | May 04, 2020 18:51 IST
Nithiin expresses his grief over Handwara attack; mourns the death of martyrs

In an incident that happened on Saturday, five Indian Army officers have lost their lives in an encounter that occurred at North Kashmir's Handwara. This is one of the biggest tragedies that happened in Kashmir in the recent past. An anti-insurgency unit's Commanding Officer, a Major, and three other Army personnel have got killed by the terrorists in this attack. The whole country got shocked by this incident. Everyone is saluting the brave martyrs who saved the lives of the citizens. Earlier today, actor Nithiin mourned the death of the Army officers and offered his condolences to the grieved families.

 
This afternoon, Nithiin tweeted, "Shocked beyond belief to hear that our army personnel were martyred at Handwara while on duty. In times of despair, this comes as another huge shock. May their souls rest in peace. Heartfelt condolences to their families during this time of grief."
 
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, and many other politicians and celebrities have paid their last respects to the martyrs who have lost their lives in the attack.
 
Coming back to Nithiin, the actor was last seen in the film Bheeshma. This movie was a huge blockbuster at the box office. His next release will be Rang De. Directed by Venky Atluri, this movie features Keerthy Suresh as the female lead. Devi Sri Prasad is composing the music for it. Nithiin is also doing another film in the direction of Chandrashekhar Yeleti. The Jayam actor has also announced a new film with Merlapaka Gandhi. This will be an official remake of Hindi hit Andhadhun. The shoot of this film will go on floors once the lockdown gets lifted.
 
Credits: Twitter


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