Anubhav talks about how trailer was initially taken down.
The trailer was re-released with various changes.
Bheed has also been referred to as an “anti-Indian” movie.
Recently, director Anubhav Sinha talked about how his next movie Bheed’s trailer was initially taken down after it was released. Only a few days later, the trailer was re-released with various changes. After its publication, the trailer drew criticism for drawing parallels between the lockdown of 2020 and the partition of India in 1947.
Rajkummar Rao, Bhumi Pednekar, Pankaj Kapur, Dia Mirza, Kritika Kamra, and Ashutosh Rana are the stars of the movie Bheed. The challenges of migrant workers in India during the COVID-19 lockdown in 2020 are shown in the movie. After removing a quote from Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech and a sentence that alluded to the partition, the trailer was re-released.
Anubhav responded in an interview, “Of course, these changes are obvious. The trailer was off air for two days (and) the changes mentioned are correct. But that reason is the filmmaker’s business. There is a sanctity to the film and I would not like to disturb it.”
Bheed has also been referred to as an “anti-Indian” movie by some users of social media. According to reports, Bhushan Kumar’s T-Series, which was a co-producer on the picture, has since distanced itself from Bheed. The filmmaker called Bhushan his friend and said they would keep working together on projects in the future as they discussed it.
“These are difficult films. In terms of making as well as in terms of taking it to you, but still, it is our responsibility to make these films and more importantly, that you watch these films,” Anubhav stated. “Need one more help. Please don’t think about how it was censored, how it will be released, why the trailer was removed from T-series channel, why Bhushan’s (Kumar) name was removed… These are all the battles of the filmmaker. We are fighting, we will fight.”
The movie Bheed is in black and white. The project will now be supported by Anubhav’s Benaras Mediaworks and go on sale on March 24. The last movie the director made, Anek, starring Ayushmann Khurrana, didn’t do well at the box office.
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