AN ORDINARY MAN ON AN EXTRAORDINARY NIGHT
based on true events
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In the early hours of 3rd December 1984, as the city of Bhopal slept,
a silent but deadly cloud of poisonous gasses descended upon an unsuspecting population of over 500,000 people.
The lives of countless families were changed forever.
This is the story of one such family.
in 2020, it is 36 years since the incident.
Warren Anderson, the Chairman and CEO of Union Carbide at the time, never plead guilty to homicide charges. He died at 92, in a nursing home in Florida.
Three decades later, people are still being born with disability and deformation due to genetic damage caused by exposure to MIC.
The company Dow Chemicals took over the plant, but refused to do any environmental clean up. It lies abandoned, toxic, and still pollutes the water and soil of Bhopal.
The Gas Tragedy is still killing people today.
A powerful story of an ordinary man who is put in an extraordinary situation
This is an extraordinary read about an extraordinary event and an extraordinary act of bravery.
May it inspire us all to listen to our heart and serve with wholehearted compassion.
Powerfully evocative and emotionally charged!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Filmmaker | Photographer | Publisher | Poet | Inventor | Artist | Time Lord | Astronaut | Human |
Avi Vasu majored in Film Making with a minor in Psychology, winning the Gold Medal in Filmmaking in his graduating batch at FLAME, Pune, IN.
His latest film Coma Cafe is an award winning featurette.
Ubaid Naseer is his first novel and will soon be developed into a limited series.
“ It was not what we did that night that matters.
It was what we did before and more importantly, what we did after.
We failed, not as individuals, but as humanity. ”
- Ubaid Naseer