“Udaan” is a 2010 Indian Hindi-language coming-of-age drama film directed by vikramaditya motwane and produced by anurag kashyap and Sanjay Singh. The film follows the story of Rohan, a teenage boy who is expelled from his boarding school and forced to return home to Jamshedpur. There, he confronts his authoritarian father and pursues his passion for writing, despite his father's disapproval. The movie portrays the complex father-son relationship and the struggles of young adults in pursuing their dreams in a conservative society.
“Udaan” received critical acclaim for its story, direction, cinematography, and performances. The movie won several awards, including the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Movie, the Best Story award at the Asia Pacific Screen Awards, and the Grand Jury Prize for Best Film at the 2010 South Asian International Film Festival in New York. It was also selected for the Un Certain Regard category at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival, becoming the first Indian film in seven years to receive this honor.
“Udaan”‘s popularity among audiences has been remarkable, with its portrayal of the struggle of young adults to find their voice in a conservative society resonating with viewers of all ages. “Udaan” has been hailed as a masterpiece and a landmark film in Indian cinema for its sensitive portrayal of human emotions and its realistic depiction of the challenges faced by teenagers and young adults in India.
|Directed by||vikramaditya motwane|
|Produced by||anurag kashyap
|Written by||anurag kashyap|
|Music by||Amit Trivedi|
|Edited by||Aarti Bajaj|
|anurag kashyap Films
|Release date||16 July 2010|
|Running time||138 minutes|
|Box office||₹50 million|