India Lockdown Movie (2022):
India Lockdown is a Hindi adventure drama film directed by Madhur Bhandarkar and written by Amit Joshi and Aradhana Sah. The film stars Shweta Basu Prasad, Aahana Kumra, Prateik Babbar, Sai Tamhankar, Prakash Belawadi, and Saanand Verma.
The film is produced by Pen India Limited along with Bhandarkar Entertainment. The movie deals with the repercussions of the COVID-19 lockdown in India and how the people of the country struggled through it.
The shoot of the film started after the 2020 lockdown. The shoots were wrapped by March 2021. The film secured a certification from the Central Board of Film Certification in October 2021.
India Lockdown is scheduled for a world premiere at the 52nd International Film Festival of India. The film was for a commercial released on ZEE5 on December 2, 2022.
India Lockdown Movie Information:
|Movie Name||India Lockdown|
|Release Date||2 December 2022|
|Running Time||2hr 33min|
|Starring||Shweta Basu Prasad|
|Directed by||Madhur Bhandarkar|
|Written by||Amit Joshi |
|Produced by||Jayantilal Gada|
|Cinematography by||Palash Das|
|Edited by||Deven Murdeshwar|
|Music by||Rohit Kulkarni|
|Production Company||Pen India Limited|
PJ Motions Pictures
|Box Office Collection||N/A|
India Lockdown Movie Trailer:
India Lockdown Movie Storyline (Plot/Synopsis):
The Indian government announces a country-wide lockdown for 21 days due to the pandemic. India Lockdown encapsulates the story of four out of lakhs of individuals whose lives came to a standstill.
India Lockdown Movie Cast and Characters:
- Shweta Basu Prasad as Mehrunissa
- Aahana Kumra as Moon Alves
- Prateik Babbar as Madhav
- Sai Tamhankar as Phoolmati
- Prakash Belawadi as M Nageshwar Rao
- Tahura Mansuri as Meenu
India Lockdown Movie Soundtrack:
- Loot Loongi – Sandipa Dutta
- Ghor Bhasad – Sukhwinder Singh
- Unlock Me – Sunidhi Chauhan
- Loot Loongi (Remix) – Sandipa Dutta & Shradha Agarwaal
Interesting Facts About India Lockdown Movie (Did You Know):
- For research on her role, Shweta Basu Prasad visited sex workers in Mumbai’s red light district, Kamathipura, where she learned a lot about their mannerisms and lingo which she later incorporated into her own performance.
- Shweta Basu Prasad claims her performance was heavily influenced by films that she had grown up watching, particularly Sharmila Tagore’s Mausam (1975), Smita Patil’s Mandi (1983) and Kareena Kapoor’s Chameli (2004).