Attacks of 26/11: Mumbai attacker says hate Ajmal Kasab

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Mumbai: Indian actor Sanjeev Jaiswal, who portrayed Ajmal Amir Kasab, the sole surviving gunman of the Mumbai terror attack in the movie ” The Attacks of 26/11″, has revealed that he started hating himself while shooting for the film.

Kasab was hanged in November last year for his role in the terror attacks, in which 166 people were killed.

Speaking at a press conference, Sanjeev said that he wanted to confess that he also hate Kasab as much as the whole of India. But for him, it was only like he had to just act.

“While portraying the character of Kasab, I hated myself,” said the actor and added that he was thinking, “What is happening? And what the hell did this person do?”

Directed by Ram Gopal Varma, “The Attacks of 26/11″, which also features Nana Patekar as Joint Commissioner of Mumbai Police, released March 1.

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