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Published on Jun 9, 2011
'Dam 999' "The Lethal Water Bombs " tells the story based on a real Indian dam built during the colonial rule, which is facing a possible destruction.With nine characters, each one dominated by a personality centered around each of the navarasas, the movie is a satirical look into the struggle between oppression and revolution. The film falls in the category of an emotional thriller.
The story revolves around the central edifice in this movie, a 100-year-old dam built by the British during their colonial days in India. Like a dam, each character in this movie holds back their emotions for various reasons. Eventually the dam breaks along with that of its characters, drawing the audience to a gripping climax. The number 999 has great importance in British Colonial Indian history. The story reveals the concealed truth of India's age-old myths and science.
"The plot of DAM 999 revolves around a 100-year-old dam and people living around it. "The movie throws light on the consequences of the disaster caused by an outdated dam,"
"The film is themed on the background of the Mullaperiyar Dam in kerala and an eye opener to many for delaying the decision on construction of a new dam and the work is also a warning to those who turn a blind eye to the reality of a possible disaster,"