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Documentary film 'Uthenge Hum' on COVID-19 lockdown set to premiere on June 06

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Documentary film 'Uthenge Hum' on COVID-19 lockdown set to premiere on June 06

Documentary film 'Uthenge Hum' on COVID-19 lockdown set to premiere on June 06

Director Bharatbala Ganapathy's documentary film 'Uthenge Hum' captured the silence of India amid coronavirus lockdown.

It will premiere nationwide on June 06.

People were asked to stay indoors after the outbreak of COVID-19.

There is collective experience of 1.3 billion Indians over the past 9 weeks in this film.

The duration of film 'Uthenge Hum' is 4 minutes.

A teaser of 20 seconds was launched in both Hindi and English languages.

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