True story of Ravindra Kaushik, the Indian spy played by John Abraham in ‘Romeo Akbar Walter
The truerue story of Ravindra Kaushik, the Indian spy.
Although the life of a spy is kept away from the public eye, once every now and then, we come across intriguing stories about them that piques our curiosity, and even more, something which is also fuelled by spy films. And despite the fact that we never get any official confirmation on their explorations and missions, we can’t keep ourselves from delving into their lives. It takes nerve and courage to become a spy and nerves of steel and grit are what defined Indian spy Ravindra Kaushik whose life has inspired John Abraham ’s film, Romeo Akbar Walter.
The real story of Ravindra Kaushik, the Indian raw agent that inspired the movie, Romeo Akbar Walter:
Born on 11th, April 1952, in Sri Ganganagar, Rajasthan, Kaushik was only 21 years old when he was spotted by the RAW (Research and Analysis Wing) officials at a national level dramatic meet, who approached him to work as an undercover agent in Pakistan. In the next 2 years, Kaushik was given an intense training where he learned the deadly tradecraft of modern-day spies. During his clandestine training, which was both physically and mentally straining, Kaushik learned Urdu and got well-versed in Muslim religion and its teachings. He even got circumcised so that nobody could raise doubt about his identity.>>>Contnue Reading<<<