The 2008 terrorist attack on Mumbai, remembered as 26/11, unfolded as a nightmare over three days. The Taj, considered a safe haven by all, burned as people sat glued to the television sets watching in rapt attention.

As we watched, shocked and helpless, these brave fighters died in the line of duty while rescuing many lives. A total of 166 people died during those three days, as terrorists like Kasab, held Mumbai hostage.

We celebrated them with reams of print about their bravado, their faces plastered across messages. But a few years hence, have we forgotten them? This video by asks people just that.

Why do we remember our attackers over our saviours? How twisted are we?