By Priyanka Khanna
New Delhi, July 27 (IANS) When terrorism is the hottest topic of discussion all around, then how can fable-tellers and dream merchants of Bollywood be far behind?
Every other movie coming out of the stables of Mumbai-based Hindi film industry seems to be straining to unravel the mysterious lives, modus operandi and psyche of terrorists, with mixed results.
This year itself, Bollywood's master showman Subhash Ghai had chosen the subject for his rare though unsuccessful foray into serious cinema in "Black and White" while debutant filmmaker Raj Kumar Gupta had used the same theme in his sparkling debut "Amir".
Likewise, "Khuda Ke Liye" by Pakistani director Shoaib Mansoor became a hit in India as well as Pakistan.
This week's latest high-pitch release - "Mission Istanbul" - is yet another action-packed parable based on global terrorism. Directed by