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Why the Haider debate on anti-nationalism is misplaced!

Ever since the release of the third film in Vishal Bharadwaj’s Shakespeare trilogy “Haider”, there has been a lot of debate about the movie’s ostensible representation of the Indian Army as the villain in the 1990s disturbance in the Kashmir valley. 1,133 more words

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HAIDER – Vishal Bhardwaj rewrites HAMLET in Kashmiri style, Shahid Kapoor does justice to the character

Vishal Bhardwaj decides to adapt William Shakespeare’s HAMLET for his new venture this time and calls the movie HAIDER. We know Vishal to give cult movies which are away from the vicinity of hard core entertainment. 1,086 more words

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Anushka to romance with Akshay now

After Shah Rukh Khan and Shahid Kapoor, actress Anushka Sharma is all set to romance with hot Akshay Kumar on screen. She started her career with Yash Raj Films… 413 more words

Haider: A short review

Haider: This movie has definitely captured the viewers imagination this season and with Bang Bang being released the same weekend, an apt yardstick has been thrown in. 504 more words

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Haider, 2014

In the middle of Haider – Vishal Bhardwaj’s adaptation of Hamlet, relocated to mid-90’s Kashmir – a group of “disappeared” men – suspected militants detained indefinitely without charge by the Indian army – are marched down the aisle of a cinema while military officers watch a frenetic dance number from a Bollywood movie. 1,471 more words

Haider: To read or to watch?

Confusion with clarity. For honesty is the best fallacy.

I don’t know who Hamlet is, but you would know that many hamlets are discussing Haider. For the record, Mr.Hamlet is Shri.Haider Meer. 504 more words

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Haider Review: Bhardwaj delivers a masterful adaption of William Shakespeare's Hamlet.

Vishal Bhardwaj is one such director who has a pedigree in delivering such terrific films like Omkara, Maqbool and Matru Ki Bijlee Ka Mandola, takes on his most difficult task yet by making an adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Hamlet. 477 more words

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