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jhund release date|jhund movie review|jhund movie release date:Amitabh Bachchan starrer sports drama Jhund was released on Wednesday – 4th march. The film is all set to hit the theatres on 4th March, after a long delay of three years since its post-production. The movie features Amitabh Bachchan playing the role of Maharashtra-based social worker Vijay Barse, the founder of Slum Soccer, who encouraged kids from the slums to play and form a football team.

Jhund Released on March 4, 2022, The film was scheduled for release on 20 September 2019, the date was tweeted by film critic and trade analyst Taran Adarsh. It was later postponed to 13 December 2019. On 21 January 2020, the film release date was announced to be 8 May 2020. The film was further postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In October 2020, the film’s released was put on hold while filmmakers work to resolve copyright issues in the courts. The film is scheduled for release on 4 March 2022.

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After getting delayed multiple times, Jhund starring Amitabh Bachchan in lead, released yesterday all across the country. It marks the first-ever collaboration between Bachchan and director Nagraj Manjule. Let’s see how it performed at the box office on day 1.

For the unversed, the film was ready by late 2019 but some legal matters didn’t allow its release. Further, the pandemic played a spoilsport. So technically, the film has hit the big screens after a period of over two and a half years.

As per early trends flowing in, Jhund did a business in the range of 1.20-1.70 crores on day 1. It’s really a slow start considering the names attached with it. However, the positive thing is that the word of mouth is extremely positive and a big jump could be seen today and tomorrow.

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Jhund, a sports biographical drama, is written and directed by Nagraj Manjule. Amitabh Bachchan leads the film as sports coach Vijay Borade. It also Akash Thosar, Rinku Rajguru, and many others. The sports drama is based on the life of former sports coach Vijay Barse. Barse trained underprivileged kids to play football in Nagpur. He’s also the founder of NGO Slum Soccer. It is produced by T-Series, Tandav Films Entertainment Pvt Ltd and Aatpat Films. Manjule’s film is 178 minutes long.

Saket Kanetkar has given the background score, and the music is by Ajay-Atul. The cinematography is by Sudhakar Reddy Yakkanti, and the film is edited by Kutub Inamdar and Vaibhav Dabhade.

Nagraj Manjule’s Jhund is set in Nagpur’s slum area. A group of young kids and teenagers from the slum steal, sniff whiteners and are involved in other illegal activities. They’re full of potential but don’t have the privilege to show the same. Their lives change when sports coach Vijay Borade decides to train them in football. He sees spark and great skills in these young people, which no one else saw.

With immense practice and zeal in their hearts, this young team of boys and girls dream of reaching the sky. In a world where people who live in slums aren’t allowed to cross the walls, they dream of flying high. But life is full of obstacles, and society has major discrimination. Not everyone is open to the idea of equality. What will happen if the walls are broken? We see the same in Manjule’s film.

Jhund has one of the longest opening scenes as the camera pans through the huge slum area of Nagpur. The person in focus is Ankush, one of the residents of the slum area. Those 10 minutes featuring Ankush and the rest of his gang are enough to fetch your attention. These kids/teenagers don’t see things as right or wrong and are only trying to survive with no opportunities.

Once’s Vijay Borade enters, these young people find a powerful purpose to live by. The more they practice and play soccer, the less they’re involved in stealing or gambling. The transition takes a long time to happen. But Nagraj has presented it entertainingly and engagingly.

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