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Milan Luthria to reel up Aarushi-Hemraj double murder case

Milan Luthria to reel up Aarushi-Hemraj double murder case

Filmmaker Milan Luthria is keen on making a film on the tragic Aarushi-Hemraj double murder mystery. Writer Rajat Arora to assist Luthria and he is penning the final script.

By BollywoodMDB Team - October 18, 2013

Milan Luthria has always been inspired by real life incidents to reel up the fictions, he has presented to us so far. His earlier offerings 'The Dirty Picture' and 'Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai' too showcased his skills of adaptation. Whereas, the Vidya Balan starrer narrated the tale of the yesteryear's hot siren Silk Smita, the Emraan Hashmi, Ajay Devgn starrer was based upon the life of then gangster Haji Mastan and the most wanted terrorist Dawood Ibrahim.

Getting his feat upon two different lifestyles, that of the cine-world and underworld, Milan Luthria is now eying up the most dreadful scenario the nation has ever faced, the Aarushi-Hemraj double murder case happened at Noida. The film to be directed by him is likely to also be produced under his own banner 'Vertex Motion Pictures'.

According to the sources, as the real hearing of the case sees an end, Milan was asked on the above and the filmmaker clearly stated his nod on commencing a film on the subject really soon. Milan further added that, it has been five years since the case came into public. Since everyone imagined their own tale, no one exactly knows what really happened on that unfortunate night. The case came widely into the media trials and soon became the Aarushi murder case and everyone just forgot their domestic help Hemraj, whose dead body was found the next day. He further stated that he wants to bring out the real facts of both Aarushi and Hemraj's murder along with sensitively exploring the case without any exaggeration, as per the sources.

Script writer Rajat Arora, who assisted Luthria on scripting 'The Dirty Picture', will again be seen collaborating the filmmaker on penning this tragic that sent a shock wave nationwide. The casting of the film is still under process though the flick is supposed to hit the floors by next year.