About The Show
On November 26, 2008, 10 gunmen landed in Mumbai armed to the teeth, with a deadly agenda: to kill at will, hold hostages, target foreigners and grab global attention. Over 60 hours the gunmen nearly got away with it, killing 173 people and injuring 308. Revisit those 60 hours, through the eyes of a young American couple visiting the city, a retired Indian banker held hostage in his hotel room by four gunmen, a seasoned cop put in charge of the police reaction and the special forces anti-terror unit called in to neutralise the gunmen. Along with the brave efforts of a few, unravel the planning, reconnaissance trips and intelligence lapses that led to this catastrophe.

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