The Railway Men Real Story: Is R Madhavan, Kay Kay Menon's series based on True Events?
'The Railway Men' real story: Netflix's latest series, 'The Railway Men' is set to unravel the chilling events of the Bhopal gas tragedy. Featuring actors R Madhavan, Babil Khan, Kay Kay Menon, and Divyenndu, this four-episode series pays homage to the unsung heroes who bravely faced one of the country's worst industrial disasters.
'The Railway Men' is not just a fictional narrative; it draws inspiration from the real-life accounts surrounding the Bhopal Gas Leak of 1984. The series aims to portray an 'untold story' related to the tragic incident, showcasing the resilience and determination of those who risked their lives for others. The storyline sheds light on the extraordinary courage displayed by Indian Railways employees in Bhopal on the night of December 2, 1984, as they battled an invisible enemy to save lives.
The Bhopal Gas Tragedy, occurring in December 1984 at the Union Carbide India Limited (UCIL) pesticide plant in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, is considered the world's worst industrial disaster. The incident involved a deadly chemical leak, exposing over 500,000 people in nearby towns to highly toxic gas, methyl isocyanate (MIC). The official death toll stood at 2,259, making it a catastrophic event in the history of industrial accidents.
Directed by Shiv Rawail, the four-part series is set to premiere on Netflix on November 18.
- PTC PUNJABI