Rajkummar Rao's Trapped has received positive reviews from the
audiences as the storyline is something new and refreshing and one
which has never been dealt before in Bollywood. Add to this, the
film has no interval and that makes Trapped more interesting and
worthy of a watch. There's a particular scene in the film where
Rajkummar Rao is seen eating a pigeon and speaking to a rat,
"What's the similarity between a man and a mouse," and he mentions,
"Both run after holes."
Well, that is surely funny indeed but for the CBFC it's not
funny and they've chopped off that scene. Thankfully, the
film-makers have put up the scene on their YouTube channel for you
all to watch. Check it out below!
Trapped has got only 300 screens all over India but still
managed to remain housefull and collected a sum of 1.44 Crores at
the box office during the weekends. Well, for 300 screens that
really is an impressive number. Film critic Rajeev Masand heaped
praises on the film and said,
"Despite its occasional shortcomings, Trapped is a wholly
involving drama that you become quickly invested in. The bulk of
the credit for that goes to the film's incredible leading man who
delivers his finest work here."