By Subhash K. Jha
Mumbai, Dec 17 (IANS) After his epic romance "Taj Mahal", filmmaker Akbar Khan now plans to make a film called "Taxi Driver" and says it will send out a strong message on terrorism.
"It's the story of a single mother with a 10-year old kid. It will send out a great message against terrorism. It's a subject that's been close to my heart," Khan told IANS.
Khan, who gave Smita Patil a seductively psychotic role in "Haadsa", released in 1983, has been scouting for an actress to play the protagonist. But he is having trouble getting the top leading ladies to do the film.
Lara Dutta was a top contender for the part, but she is already playing a mother to a