Its not only in Hollywood and Bollywood that we see hero’s but there are people in this world who do such things that make them a hero in other people’s eyes for the rest of our lives and one such person who due to his bravery is made into a real hero because of which recently a movie has been made on this brave journalist Daniel Pearl the name of the movie is “ A Mighty Heart” but this is not all another movie is being produced in India based on Daniel Pearl again “Infinite Justice” which will be released next year written by Faroukh Dhondy because a lot of people consider Daniel Pearl a legend. After British filmmaker Michael Winterbottom's "A Mighty Heart", London-based Indian producer J. Murli Manohar pays a tribute to Wall Street Journal's slain journalist Daniel Pearl in his film "Infinite Justice". "The film is our tribute to the gutsy journalist. It's very important for today's cinema to connect contemporary topics with the audience. That's what we've done in 'Provoked' and now 'Infinite Justice'," Manohar said. Till recently the easy-going producer from the south dabbled in fantasia such as "Jeans" and "Ramji Londonwale". But now he is making reality-based films. After making "Provoked", a real-life wife-battering tale with Aishwarya Rai, Manohar has completed "Infinite Justice". Pearl was abducted in 2002 from Karachi while researching on terrorism. The incident shook the West and other countries. Since his death the late journalist has become a kind of legend. Pakistani director Jamil Dehlavi, who made "Immaculate Conception" with Shabana Azmi, directs "Infinite Justice". Dehlavi's last film was "Jinnah" on the life of Mohammed Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan, with Christopher Lee in the title role and Indian actor Shashi Kapoor as the narrator. "Infinite Justice", written by Faroukh Dhondy, will be released early next year. Back home, Manohar has no plans of producing another Hindi film after the Madhavan-starrer "Ramji Londonwale".