Not Rated | | Crime, Thriller
A series of mysterious events change the life of a blind pianist who now must report a crime that was actually never witnessed by him.
Earlier it was to be titled Shoot 'The Piano Player' but it was later changed to Andhadhun as no one was keen on having an English title.
Inspector Manohar Jawanda:
What color is your cat?
Akash: Black and white.
Inspector Manohar Jawanda: How do you know?
Akash: I was told.
Inspector Manohar Jawanda: You cook for yourself?
Akash: Forget about me, Sir. Look for Rani, please. Rani might get run over.
Inspector Manohar Jawanda: Water?
Inspector Manohar Jawanda: Today's newspaper? What for?
Akash: To collect cat poo, sir.
After Akash saves himself from getting murdered by Manohar Jawanda he escapes from his house located in Prabhat Road and the next immediate shot is shown of him reaching to the main road. The main road is, in fact, Budhwar Peth which is not near to Prabhat Road.
The title appears both before the first scene and after the last scene of the film.
The UK theatrical release was censored; in order to obtain a 12A classification the distributor opted to make 50 seconds of cuts: removing stronger moments of violence, bloody injury detail and the use of strong language. An uncut 15 classification was available.
$1,193,046 (USA) (4 November 2018)