The new trailer of 'Omerta' has left audience zapped with its darker, bolder, and more direct content.
The Hansal Mehta's directorial has increased its audience's anticipation with literally connecting the dots between Omar Shaikh, Pakistan and the biggest terror attacks of recent times.
The trailer showcased the role Pakistan's spy agency, ISI, planning terror activities in India.
The trailer opened with a montage of 9/11 Mumbai terror strike of 2008 and the brutal beheading of American journalist Daniel Pearl and said as to how all of these terror attacks are linked to the British-Pakistani terrorist Omar Shaikh.
'Omerta' is based on a true story of one of the most dreaded terrorists. Shot in real locations across London and India, the film exposes the real and present danger of Pakistan sponsored terror.
Apart from the 'Shahid' actor, the film also features Timothy Ryan Hickrnell, Kewal Arora, and Rajesh Tailang in pivotal roles.
The flick is slated to release on May 4, 2018.
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