'Naam Shabana' to be screened for Mumbai's Commissioner of Police

| Updated: Aug 23, 2017 11:20 IST

New Delhi [India], April 05 (ANI): As a special tribute to the nation's security custodians, makers of 'Naam Shabana' will be hosting a special show for Mumbai's Commissioner of Police, Dattatray Padsalgikar. The screening will also be attended by female police officers. The makers of the movie are celebrating the courage of our nation's female officers for the immense hard work they put into their jobs. Recently, the makers of 'Naam Shabana' saluted the real-life undercover agents and acknowledged four such unrecognised real heroes of the nation, whose contribution and dedication towards India is unparalleled. The film that brings to celluloid the recruitment and training process of a spy, also brings to the forefront the many adversities faced by the agents protecting the nation. The flick has witnessed a stable run at the box office by garnering Rs. 18.76 crores in its opening weekend. 'Naam Shabana' is India's first spin-off based on Taapsee Pannu's character in 'Baby,' and she will be seen in an action-packed role, portraying the character of an undercover agent who puts the security of her nation first, in spite of facing so many challenges. (ANI)