Mumbai: Bollywood filmmaker Rohit Shetty who is known for his action-packed films has joined fingers with Reliance Leisure to provide a biopic on certainly one of Mumbai’s most versed high cops and former Commissioner of Mumbai Police division, Rakesh Maria.
On Saturday, the ‘Golmaal’ director made an announcement about the identical by way of his social media publish. Taking to his Instagram deal with, the 49-year-old posted an image of himself posing with Rakesh Maria for the digital camera whereas holding the autobiography of the previous cop.
He captioned the publish, “From fixing the 93 Mumbai blast case, fearlessly going through the Mumbai underworld throughout the late 90s to interrogating the lone surviving terrorist, Ajmal Kasab & standing sturdy for his metropolis throughout the 26/11 assaults…
Rakesh Maria has been a reputation synonymous with braveness and valour!
Really feel honoured to be bringing this real-life supercop’s journey to display screen!!!
Reacting to the publish Rakesh Maria commented, “It’s thrilling to re-live the journey, particularly when piloted by an excellent director like Rohit Shetty. Greater than the nostalgia, it’s additionally a precious alternative to position earlier than the individuals the extraordinary work of the Mumbai Police when going through powerful challenges and dealing in opposition to all odds”
Rakesh Maria, an IPS officer, cleared his Civil Service Examination from the 1981 batch. As Deputy Commissioner of Police (Site visitors) in 1993, he cracked the Bombay serial blasts case, and later moved to DCP (Crime) after which Joint Commissioner of Police (Crime), of the Mumbai Police. Maria additionally solved the 2003 Gateway of India and Zaveri Bazaar twin blasts case.
He was additionally the in-charge of investigating the 26/11 Mumbai assaults in 2008 and interrogated Ajmal Kasab, the one terrorist captured alive, and efficiently investigated the case.