Trapped! is a children's adventure game show. Six children begin their journey at the top of a gothic fairytale tower. They work together as a team to complete the challenges, but to escape each floor they must uncover the saboteur among them.

Trapped! - Netflix

Type: Game Show

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2007-09-28

Trapped! - Trapped (2016 Hindi film) - Netflix

Trapped is a 2016 Indian Hindi-language survival drama film directed by Vikramaditya Motwane, who also co-produced it with Anurag Kashyap, Vikas Bahl and Madhu Mantena under the banner of Phantom Films. The film stars Rajkummar Rao as Shaurya, a call center employee who gets trapped in his apartment room without food, water and electricity, and Geetanjali Thapa as Noorie, the employee's girlfriend. The film's music and background score was composed by Alokananda Dasgupta, with lyrics by Rajeshwari Dasgupta. Siddharth Diwan was the cinematographer, and Nitin Baid the editor. Motwane got the idea for the film from an e-mail from writer Amit Joshi. He liked the idea and asked Joshi to send a full script, which he received a month later. The script was later re-written by Joshi and Hardik Mehta who turned the 130-page draft into forty pages. Shot over a period of twenty days, the film was primarily shot in an apartment at Prabhadevi, Mumbai. Trapped premiered on 26 October 2016 at the Mumbai Film Festival, where it received a standing ovation. It was released in theatres on 17 March to positive reviews from critics, who praised both the concept of the film and Rao's performance. It grossed a total of ₹2.85 crore (US$420,000) at the box-office. The film received several awards including the Critics Award for Best Actor for Rao, Best Sound Design for Anish John and Best Editing award for Nitin Baid, at the 63rd Filmfare Awards.

Trapped! - Box office - Netflix

Trapped was released alongside Machine and Beauty and the Beast and grossed ₹31 lakh (US$46,000) in its opening day at the box office. It collected ₹1.44 crore (US$210,000) during the weekend and ₹30 lakh (US$45,000) in its second week, with a total of ₹2.33 crore (US$350,000). Trapped earned a total of ₹2.85 crore (US$420,000) by the end of its theatrical run.

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