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Turkey nightclub attack: 2 Indian killed, including Bollywood grieves film producer Abis Rizvi

New Delhi: Two Indians have been killed in Turkey nightclub attack. In this attack 39 people died including 2 Indians.

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today said two Indian nationals were killed in the terrorist attack that took place in Istanbul, Turkey earlier in the day.

Swaraj tweeted that "I have a bad news from Turkey. We have lost two Indian nationals in the Istanbul attack. Indian Ambassador is on way to Istanbul."

 

In this attack Abis Rizvi and Khushi Shah, the two Indians  were also killed.

Abis Rizvi was CEO of Rizvi Builders and had produced a number of films including the 2014 movie 'Roar: The Tigers of the Sundarbans.'   Swaraj also spoke to families of both Rizvi and Shah and conveyed her condolences.

PM Modi also tweeted about this attack.

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