13 June 1997 to 13 June 2015- 18 years and still no justice for the 59 souls who lost their lives watching a movie in Uphaar Cinema. Neelam Krishnamoorthy lost her two children to this tragedy and has now become the face of the struggle for justice. "I spent less time with my children and more time in the court rooms," she says while speaking to Anubha Bhonsle in this special conversation. Also adding the legal aspects is Mr. Prashant Bhushan, one of the few lawyers who did not represent the Ansals.

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