For the first time YRF Entertainment announced the first web show “The Railway Men,” a recognition for the uncelebrated yet truly great heroes of the 1984 Bhopal gas tragedy.
A haze of harmful gas got away from an American pesticide plant, in 1984, in the Indian city of Bhopal. It killed and harmed a huge number of individuals. The heroes of “The Railway Men” are workers at the Bhopal rail line station who saved a large number of lives.
The cast is driven by R. Madhavan (“Breathe”), Divyenndu Sharma (“Mirzapur”),Kay Menon (“Special OPS”), and rising ability Babil Khan, who is the child of the late Irrfan Khan.
The series denotes the first time at the helm of Shiv Rawail, who has had past spells as associate chief on Yash Raj Films creations. Filming started on Dec. 1, The series will premiere on Dec. 2, 2022. YRF Entertainment is planning a total of five streaming web shows over the upcoming year.
The senior VP at Yash Raj Films, Akshaye Widhani, said: The Bhopal Gas Tragedy is the world’s most exceedingly awful modern calamity that has affected scores of individuals since the misfortune struck the city 37 years prior. At YRF, we are continually attempting to foster the best convincing stories for the audience and this is our accolade for the overlooked yet truly great individuals of misfortune who, notwithstanding saving a large number of lives on that decisive day, are as yet unclear to everyone across the world.
Chief Executive at YRF Entertainment, Yogendra Mogre, added, we salute the spirit of ‘The Railway Men’ , their boldness and their humanity. This is a story that should have been told. They won’t leave any stone unturned to guarantee that this story surely connects with audiences across the world, in the most ideal way so they can comprehend the profundity of pulverization that this misfortune has caused in India.
This overall series is on the real time incident of Bhopal Gas tragedy, in view of Javier Moro and Dominique Lapierre’s 1997 book, Five Past Midnight in Bhopal: The Epic Story of the World’s Deadliest Industrial Disaster.