TIFF 2017: HANSAL MEHTA'S OMERTA, STARRING RAJKUMMAR RAO, PREMIERES TO ACCLAIM

TIFF 2017 saw Indian director Mehta/' title='Hansal Mehta News'>Hansal Mehta present his forthcoming film Omerta, starring Rajkummar Rao. This was Mehta's second film to premiere at the festival. He was at TIFF in 2011 with his film Shahid. The post TIFF 2017: Hansal Mehta’s Omerta, starring Rajkummar Rao, premieres to acclaim appeared first on Firstpost.

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Shahid: Shahid or Shaheed originates from the Qur'anic Arabic word meaning "witness" and is also used to denote a "martyr." It is used as an honorific for Muslims who have laid down their life fulfilling a religious commandment, or have died fighting defending their faith or family.
Mehta: Mehta is a Higher caste Brahmin or Kshatriya surname that means 'chief' or 'great' from Sanskrit word mahita meaning praised, great, which comes from mah- 'to praise or magnify'.[citation needed]