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I clearly remember the first day. For me it was just a Delhi boy with no filmi background coming on the set of this film - back then I had no idea how well the film would be received, but it was my first time appearing as a lead.

Motwane wrote the script in 2003, but could not find a producer. He co-wrote Kashyap's Dev.D (2009), and Kashyap produced and co-wrote Udaan. The film was set and shot in the industrial town of Jamshedpur. Mahendra J. Shetty was its director of photography, and Dipika Kalra was the editor; Aditya Kanwar was the production designer.

Seventeen-year-old Rohan is expelled from the Bishop Cotton boarding school in Shimla with three of his friends (Vikram, Benoy and Maninder) after they are caught watching a pornographic film outside campus in the middle of the night. Rohan returns home to Jamshedpur, where his stern, abusive, alcoholic father, Bhairav Singh, and his six-year-old half-brother Arjun (whom Rohan hadn't known before) live. Bhairav forces him to run every morning (racing him the last leg) and work at his metalworking factory and attend engineering classes at the local university. Bhairav expresses his disappointment in him by humiliating and abusing him, both verbally and physically. Rohan aspires to be a writer and his uncle, Jimmy, supports his ambition.

Udaan is not autobiographical, but Motwane said that the script has traces of his life: "As a first-time writer there was a lot that I took from my own life, in terms of certain themes and references, with observations of friends."[13] He initially made some changes to the script when he looked for financing, and called its final version "a combination of first and second drafts."[13] Kashyap told Motwane in 2003, after reading the script, that he would solely produce the film. Motwane was the co-writer for Kashyap's Dev.D (2009) before Kashyap agreed to produce Udaan.[14] He said that it is "one of the few films made on teenagers and their issues growing up", since teen films "usually tackle love stories".[14] For a scene in the film involving Rohan's mother, Motwane used his wife's photograph.[15] Motwane called it a "simple straightforward film" about a boy "who wants to break free from his clutches."[16]

Newcomer Rajat Barmecha was cast as Rohan after several screen tests by casting director Jogi. Motwane did not like his initial auditions, but Barmecha later improved and was chosen.[17] The film was set and shot extensively in Jamshedpur, with a local production crew.[18] It was filmed for 39 days (out of a 42-day shooting schedule) in a HUDCO bungalow and the Circuit House area and also in Shimla for three days.[18] The production crew included 13 students and ten actors from the city.[18] The film was shot on super 16 mm film with sync sound.[16] Mahendra J. Shetty was Udaan's director of photography, and Dipika Kalra was the film's editor; Aditya Kanwar was its production designer.[19] The film featured Ronit Roy, Aayan Boradia, Ram Kapoor, Manjot Singh and Anand Tiwari in supporting roles.[19]

The film's score was composed by Amit Trivedi, with lyrics by Amitabh Bhattacharya and Kashyap.[20] The soundtrack album had seven songs, including one instrumental; Joi Barua, Neuman Pinto, Bhattacharya, Trivedi, Mohan Kannan, Raman Mahadevan, Bonnie Chakraborty, Kashyap, Kshitij Wagh, Tochi Raina, Shriram Iyer and Nikhil D'Souza provided vocals. It was released on 29 June 2010 on the T-Series label.[21]

Udaan was acclaimed by critics with particular praise on direction and the performances.[33][34] Writing for The Times of India, film critic Nikhat Kazmi called Udaan "unconventional Bollywood at its biting best" and stated that it "has the edgy feel and the bittersweet emotional core characteristic of India's neo-wave cinema."[35] Mayank Shekhar also gave it a positive review: "The movie's certainly worth a trip back to somewhat figure why."[36] Rajeev Masand mentioned it as one of the year's best films,

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