Held for Ransom (2019) is Available in Hindi Dubbed

 Held for Ransom is a 2019 Danish drama film based on the true story of Danish photojournalist Daniel Rye Pedersen, who was held hostage by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) for 398 days. 

"Ser du månen, Daniel?" is a Danish film released in 2019. The English title of the film is "Daniel," and it is directed by Niels Arden Oplev. The movie tells the story of Daniel Rye, a Danish photojournalist who was captured by ISIS in Syria in 2013 and held hostage for more than a year.

The film explores the challenges faced by Daniel Rye during his captivity and the efforts made by his family to secure his release. It is a drama that delves into the psychological and emotional aspects of the hostage situation.

The film follows Daniel Rye Pedersen, who is captured by ISIL in Syria in 2013. Daniel is held captive for nearly a year along with several other foreign nationals, including American journalist James Foley. During his captivity, Daniel is subjected to physical and psychological abuse, but he finds strength in his friendship with James and his determination to survive.

The film also tells the story of Daniel's family back home in Denmark, who are desperately trying to secure his release. Daniel's mother, Ulla Rye Pedersen, becomes a vocal advocate for her son, and she works tirelessly to raise awareness of his case.