Entertainment News- Madhur Bhandarkar’s film on lockdown banned

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Due to Corona, when there was a lockdown for the first time in the whole world, when it seemed that the world has stopped and similar situations have arisen once again, but no one would have thought that a film could be made even on lockdown. Huh. But it has happened that friends, the great director of Bollywood, Madhur Bhandarkar, whom his Hindi films like page three‘, ‘fashion‘, ‘JailAnd HeroineKnown for

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But these days Madhur Bhandarkar is worried about the release of his upcoming film. It is being said that the growing corona in the state is directly affecting the entertainment sector. Accordingly, Madhur Bhandarkar’s film India Lockdown will be released in March or April. But in view of the rising corona outbreak, they are seriously thinking about when to release the film.

according to a report, All theaters in Delhi have suddenly shut down, Jersey and many other films were about to release. But new variants of Corona Omicron Once again, preparations have started to bring the entire country to a halt and that is why Madhur Bhandarkar’s film has got stuck. Because Corona has raised concerns again.

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In this context, Madhur Bhandarkar said that restaurants in the country, Temples and other religious places are all open. But then suddenly the film industry has taken a big break. I hope we get back on track gradually.

Meanwhile, we are currently thinking a bit about showing the upcoming films. when we find the right way, Then we will show the film.

Tell you that Madhur Bhandarkar’s india lockdownBased on the first lockdown. Actor Prateik Babbar in the film, Aahana Kumara and Shweta Basu Prasad will be seen.

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