Get ready to experience the real-life incidents, the series of bomb blasts that took place in Hyderabad a while ago, which are now being adapted into a movie. Wild Dog is all set to release on April 2.
The movie is based on the twin bomb blasts which took place in Gokul Chaat Bhandar in Koti and Lumbini Park in Necklace Road in 2007. The cast and crew is currently busy with the film’s promotional activities, and as a part of it, director Ashishor Solomon has revealed a few interesting things about the movie.
Ashishor, who was part of the writing team of blockbusters such as Oopiri and Maharshi, always wanted to do a film that has patriotic values. After a lot of research, he came up with this movie. During the media interaction, the Wild Dog director confirms that there are no songs in the movie, but also thanked music director S Thaman for giving wonderful background score which would be a big asset for the film.
“I have done extensive research, read several books, got information from my friends in the media so that I could write a realistic and intense drama. Things became a bit easy for me because I come from a Mass Communications background. I also met the people concerned in the NIA to find out more information about the incidents to help make my film more reflective of true events that unfolded on the fateful day in 2007,” says Soloman.
Revealing why he chose the title Wild Dog, Ashishor said, “In the character’s life, the wildest decision he took was joining the NIA. It’s a ruthless profession, and he discovers several things in the course of the investigation.” Wild Dog, which also has Dia Mirza as the leading lady, completed half of its shooting before the lockdown was announced last year.
While Wild Dog was to be shot in Thailand and other international locations, the lockdown forced them to wrap it up in Himachal Pradesh and Manali, shared Ashishor.