5 Reason To Watch Bheed: Anubhav Sinha’s Mobhi reflects the story of the Corona period. Now there is a lot of discussion on why the film should be watched. This story will tell you why the crowd should see you.
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Why Watch Bheed: director Anubhav Sinha ,Anubhav Sinha)’s film Rush is already in controversies before its release. The trailer of the film was first released on YouTube, after which it was deleted. Then after some changes in it, it was released again. This film of Rajkumar Rao and Bhumi Pednekar has been released in theaters on 24 March. Let us tell you why you should watch this film depicting the situation of the Corona era.
Usually Bollywood movies are famous for their colorful style and dance songs, but Anubhav Sinha has always talked about such topics of society through films like ‘Article 13’ and ‘Mulk’, which no one wants to talk about. The story of the film ‘Bheed’ is also no different from this. Starring actors like Rajkumar Rao, Bhumi Pednekar, Kritika Kamra, Dia Mirza, Pankaj Kapur, and Ashutosh Rana, the film gives a feel of reality check.
thinking of society
Despite being black and white, the crowd clearly shows the true color of the society. By showing people who don’t take food from other religions, despite not having a morsel of food, change the way they talk to police officers after seeing their cast, this film makes us realize that even today we have a lot to learn.
The cinematography of this film was very challenging, but Soumik Mukherjee has completed this challenge in a brilliant way. The long shot, aerial shot taken to show the crowd of people is really unique. The helplessness of children’s aura ton touches the heart.
There are two songs in the film, which give complete justice to the story. The background score makes us emotional. Not much music is included in the film, but whatever it is, it adds to the charm.
It is not easy to pick up the story from the pages of paper and present it on 70 mm. Despite being a mirror of true events, this film is not boring like a documentary. Must watch this film for the balance of reality and fiction and excellent direction.