Bheed OTT Release : Bheed is an intriguing black-and-white drama released in 2023 and directed by Anubhav Sinha. The film boasts a talented ensemble cast, including Bhumi Pednekar, Rajkummar Rao, Ashutosh Rana, Dia Mirza, Pankaj Kapur, Kritika Kamra, Veerendra Saxena, Aditya Shrivastav, Shushil Pandey, and Mahesh Chandra. In March 2023, it was announced that Netflix had secured the digital streaming rights for the movie.
Bheed OTT Release Date: Where and When to Stream the Film Digitally:
The Bollywood film Bheed is now streaming on Netflix, starting from May 24, 2023. Audiences can enjoy the movie in its original Hindi audio with subtitles available in multiple languages. It is accessible to regular Netflix subscribers.
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Originally released in theaters on March 24, 2023, Bheed faced a disappointing box office performance, marking it as a commercial failure. However, it garnered positive feedback upon its release. Principal photography commenced in October 2021 and wrapped up in December of the same year.
Bheed Movie Star Cast:
The film boasts a talented ensemble cast, including Bhumi Pednekar, Rajkummar Rao, Ashutosh Rana, Dia Mirza, Pankaj Kapur, Kritika Kamra, Veerendra Saxena, Aditya Shrivastav, Shushil Pandey, and Mahesh Chandra.Anubhav Sinha, Saumya Tiwari, and Sonali Jain are credited as the writers of Bheed. Anubhav Sinha also serves as the director and producer of the film, which is produced under the banner of Benaras Media Works. Soumik Mukherjee handled the cinematography, while Atanu Mukherjee took charge of editing. The film’s music is composed by Anurag Saikia.
About Bheed movie:
Bheed tells a fictional narrative set during the significant migration in Indian history following the 1947 partition, which occurred during the lockdown period in 2020. The film portrays how people coped with the lockdown and their struggles to reach their homes. It presents a fictionalized account of these events.
The description provided by the streaming platform states, ‘A border cop’s mission to prevent migrant workers from crossing during a lockdown transforms into a battle for humanity, amidst prejudice and suffering.'”