Bheed (U/A)
24/Mar/2023 1hr 54mins

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A brave portrayal of the plight of migrant workers during lockdown

Most of what these characters go through is inspired from real events that make you feel for them. Pankaj Kapur is fantastic as the rampaging Balram Trivedi. Rajkummar Rao once again pulls off a sincere and brilliant performance as an officer on-duty trying to combat caste prejudice, while battling ...(more)

Source: Archika Khurana, Times Of India


Anubhav Sinha's lockdown tale is a difficult watch that hits you hard

Story aside, some really nuanced performances additionally make Bheed a great watch. I won�t be exaggerating if I term is as one of the finest ensemble casting in recent times. Rao and Pednekar are in top form with their dialect, body language, confidence and the way they emote on screen. Their stre...(more)

Source: Monika Rawal Kukreja, Hindustan Times


Rajkummar Rao's black-and-white film has all the colours of pain

Bheed is brutally honest that it will make your heart ache revisiting the hardships migrants went through during the pandemic. With a difficult story like this to tell, Anubhav Sinha made sure one gets uncomfortable watching it. Unlike mainstream Bollywood cinema, the filmmaker stayed away from the ...(more)

Source: Grace Cyril:, India Today


Filmmaking as an act of defiance

Since 2018, Anubhav Sinha has earned a reputation for questioning the establishment � the government, the religious majority, caste and patriarchy � through his films at a time when it has become dangerous to do so. Mulk, Article 15, Thappad and Anek have each raised issues that commercial Hindi cin...(more)

Source: Anna MM Vetticad,


Looking At The Lockdown As Another Partition Is Fierce, But The 'Not-So-Subtle' Commentary Is Unlike Anubhav Sinha

Bheed is a mix of a conversation that is needed and an ideology that overpowers the said conversation. It is a confusing watch, but it does have its merit, and it cannot be ignored(more)

Source: Shubham Kulkarni , Koimoi


A grim and necessary reminder of a recent tragedy

What you are left with most vividly is Tikas and his love for a local doctor called Renu Sharma (Bhumi Pednekar), whose surname says it all. I wanted more of these two, and left the theatre wondering what happens to them when they do pick up the courage to go to her village, and confront her father....(more)

Source: Shubhra Gupta, Indian Express