The lawyer for the only man captured alive in the terrorist attacks on Mumbai last November is seeking to halt the release of an unauthorized movie about him titled Total Ten , the London Times reported today (Wednesday). Attorney Abbas Kazmi said that the release of the movie about his client, Azam Amir Kasab, who has been charged with 166 counts of murder and waging war against India, "would jeopardize the [court] proceedings." (The Times points out that the movie ends with Kasab being sentenced to death and hanged.) However, Sugath Kumar, one of the movie's producers, told the newspaper, "We are only showing what was shown to the world by TV channels live. ... The best part is that we have a Kasab lookalike playing the role."