The trailer has some really hard-hitting lines as the film draws the attention of the audience towards some of the issues faced during the COVID-19 lockdown. The film’s teaser, which released last week, courted controversy as it compared the lockdown to the Partition of India. Also, the trailer is in black-and-white, which indirectly gives it a glimpse of the India-Pakistan partition.
Due to this controversy, Bhushan Kumar has removed himself from the film. There are some more powerful dialogues in the trailer. For instance, Rajkumar, who plays a cop, says, “Justice always lies in the hands of the powerful. If the powerless had done justice, justice would have been different.” Bhumi Pednekar also draws the viewer’s attention to the hardships faced by lower middle class women or migrant workers, such as newspapers instead of sanitary napkins. To use.
The ‘mob’ clearly talks about the crowd dividing into two classes – while the rich were apparently safe in the luxury of their homes, it is the working class, the migrants and the lower middle class, who faced terror. The film promises an impressive ensemble cast – starting with Rajkummar and Bhumi, who collaborate again after ‘Badhaai Do’. But then actors like Pankaj Kapur, Ashutosh Rana, Dia Mirza, Kritika Kamra are also playing important roles in the film. Bheed, directed by Anubhav Sinha, will release on March 24.