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Malli is a 19 year old girl, who joined a terrorist organization at a very young age after her brother was killed in the cause. Now in her young adulthood, she volunteers for a suicide assassination mission to kill a VIP in the service of her cause. With intricate preparations and seemingly firm resolve, she makes her way to the target area where the plot will be executed. However, events occur that make her question her determination to complete her mission and the very nature of the sacrifice that she is called upon to make.Written by
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The Terrorist has one of THE BEST turning points in it I've ever seen in a picture. It's a really great life vs death story - that puts bigger - messier stories to shame. Sure there are some audio problems and it's clearly been shot on the cheap, who cares.
If you're like me then only two things will ever matter for you - Story and Star.
The Terrorist has a story that draws you in then lays on of the best complications on you and the performance from Ayesha Dharkar is the kind of stuff that stars are made of.
If you haven't seen The Terrorist, do yourself a favour and watch it.
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