No -- not that I'm aware of, and I've read just about all that's ever been published about the Mutiny. And its imaginary later appearance in such large numbers is one of the things that makes the movie "Gunga Din" so ridiculous, historically improbable, and to some extent insulting to those who know better. Sure, it's just a movie; but unfortunately, all that most people seem to know about history is what Hollyweird feeds them. And as "just a movie", what's objectionable about GD as a so-called historical-adventure film is that it is slapstick comedy imposed upon serious drama, which is an artistically incongruous combo, to say nothing of its falsification of the facts for comedic/dramatic effect and those non-Indian actors in unrealistic and caricaturish BLACKFACE. And yet it gets 4 stars from clueless critics! Furthermore, it should be noted that it was a typical Hollywood hodgepodge that went through several versions and screenwriters, first being set during the Mutiny and then on the NW Frontier of the 1880s/90s, until those responsible for this travesty or farce finally decided that they had got it right!