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Bhandarkar’s India Lockdown Trended On Twitter, Sends Netizens Into Shock

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With the movie #IndiaLockdown trending on Twitter, everyone assumed it referred to another wave of Pandemic. Needless to say, it left many social media users concerned.

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As hashtag of Madhur Bandarkar’s movie India Lockdown trended on Twitter, many wondered if it referred to another Covid Wave. Leaving everyone scared and petrified, it must have left everyone with a single fear,” Is it happening again?” 2020 turned as the worst year for the country, when India for the first time came under a complete lockdown. Every operation came to a standstill, and many not only lost their livelihoods, but also their lives. Approximately 0.5 million deaths were reported out of approximately 45 million cases (Corona Stats). As the movie India Lockdown trended on Twitter, it scared the online surfers.

India Lockdown Movie
India Lockdown Movie

Madhur Bhandarkar’s India Lockdown became Viral, brings back horror memories

It bought relief to many as they came to know that the trending hashtag India Lockdown referred to the movie and not to another Covid wave. Madhur’s upcoming movie reflects the horrid stories of the Pandemic. The director released the movie teaser. Movie stars Prateik Babbar, Shweta Basu Prasad and Aahana Kumra is expected to be released on Zee5 and is bound to bring back some painful memories. Movie storyline looks interesting and intriguing. It stars Prateik Babbar, Aahana Kumra and Shweta Basu Prasad among others. It’s backed by Jayantilal Gada of PEN Studios, Madhur Bhandarkar’s Bhandarkar Entertainment and Pranav Jain’s P J Motions Pictures. Here’s is the teaser.

Madhur Bhandarkar’s India Lockdown sent Twitter into a frenzy, and the hashtag soon became viral. The netizens suddenly attention shifted towards corona’s return or the options of ‘work from home’ only to find out it’s a movie name. The hashtag feed soon turned into a meme fest as many expressed their split second of fear with dialogues from Hera Pheri, by Johnny Lever, Nagarjuna, and more.

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