Home Box Office next month will premiere the documentary about the terrorist activities in Mumbai last year.
Terrror in Mumbai, co-produced with the UK's Channel 4, will provide the first-ever 360-degree view of the terrorist action, replete with telephone intercepts, when it debuts Nov. 18 at 8 p.m., one week before the first anniversary of the attacks.
This film, narrated by Mumbai-born Fareed Zakaria, CNN host and Newsweek International editor, who appears on camera in the opening and closing, expands on the British version of the documentary chronicling the bloody events of the 60-hour period in 2008 in which 10 young Pakistani men conducted coordinated attacks across the Indian city that left more than 170 people dead.
Terror in Mumbai features exclusive intercepted audio tapes of the cell phone calls between the terrorists and their controllers in Pakistan, as well as interrogation footage of the sole surviving gunman.
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