STOP EVERYTHING! The Trailer Of Sonam Kapoor's Upcoming Film 'Neerja' is OUT...

...and it looks AMAZING!

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The official trailer for Sonam Kapoor's upcoming biopic 'Neerja' just got released, and we can hardly wait for the movie to come out!!

'Neerja' is the story of Neerja Bhanot, a 23 year old girl, who was an air hostess  and who lost her life while saving passengers from terrorists on board the hijacked Pan Am Flight 73 on 5th September 1986.

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The trailer looks promising, featuring Sonam Kapoor as Neerja and Shabana Azmi as her mother. It promises to be a thrilling, tragic adventure showcasing the story of one of the bravest women and how she died saving hundreds of terrified passengers.

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Check out the trailer here:

The movie is releasing on 19th February, 2016.

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