Neerja Bhanot's Crew-Mates are Not Happy With Sonam Kapoor's 'Neerja'

They claim that the movie is more 'fiction' than 'reality'...

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While the makers of 'Neerja' are being lauded across the country for bringing the story of Neerja Bhanot alive onscreen in such a profound way, some even calling it Sonam Kapoor's milestone performance, some of Neerja's crew-mates on board the ill-fated Pan Am flight seem to disagree.

Nupur Abrol, one of the crew members, said that Neerja was a wonderful person and alleged that her soul today would cringe at this 'undeserved adulation'.  She also claimed that it's not fair to the other FAs who have faced this ordeal in reality.

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