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Terrorist, The (1999)
Starring: Ayesha Dharker, K. Krishna, Sonu Sisupal, Vishwas, Anuradha,
Director: Santosh Sivan
Category: Foreign, Drama
Studio: WinStar Home Video
95 mins



She's A Natural Born Killer

Inspired by the events surrounding the assassination of Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Ghandi, The Terrorist focuses on the making of a suicide bomber marching toward the end of her life.

Malli (Ayesha Dharkar) has spent most of her nineteen years in revolutionary training.A hardened killer, she interviews for and wins the coveted bomber position.However, the path to the VIP's assassination allows her to examine her own emotions for the first time.Those she meets along the way affect her in ways she never thought possible.In meditation she reflects on a moment of true love that places her in a psychological divide as she contemplates her future.


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