^ Haider: Day 1 (Thursday) Box Office Collections Retrieved. Haider is the third installment of Bhardwaj's Shakespearean trilogy after Maqbool (2003) and Omkara (2006). The film was screened at the 19th Busan International Film Festival, and released worldwide on 2 October 2014 to wide critical acclaim, and garnered attention from the media due to its controversial subject matter. The direction, performances of Kay Kay Menon, Tabu and Shahid Kapoor, screenplay, film score and editing received praise and garnered several accolades. Archived from the original on 27 October 2014. Firstpost. The confrontation that the characters 'Haider', 'Arshia' & 'Ghazala' face is shown in an epic way… The confrontation ignited by the dominant society for so-called larger good (haha…)And what if this confrontation is prevalent everywhere in the society around you and there's a very thin line between being a 'friend of the society' or an 'enemy of the society'? Things get out of proportion and messy and sad and brutal and bloody…A brutal take on the Kashmir dilemma.
If the graft doesn't quite take, it's because the film is so persuasive in portraying the oppression of the Kashmiri people that the woes of Hamlet seem small beer.". But Bhardwaj's brilliance - don't miss Haider on 'chutzpah versus AFSPA', or his describing Kashmir between India and Pakistan with, 'Hum hain ki hum nahin?' - stretches beyond a beautiful re-telling. Haider will be recognised as Shahid's career-best performance." Srijana Mitra Das of The Times of India called the film "one of cinema's bravest takes on identity, frightening, yet fun" and particularly praised Tabu's performance whom she considered the prime asset of the film. Sweta Kaushal for Hindustan Times noted, "Vishal Bhardwaj's Haider is a rare Bollywood gem you must watch." Writing for Filmfare magazine, Rachit Gupta felt, "Haider doesn't have an ounce of the commercial thrills and spills that entertain the 100-crore masses. To the role of the mysterious dramatic deceptive woman, Tabu brings a kind of inner illumination that lights up the darkest corners of her character's soul. Dolly Ahluwalia has designed costumes for the film. Her love for her son is crazy. The film was an adaptation of Shakespeare's play Hamlet and was released opposite HrithikRoshan's Bang Bang. 3 October 2014 ^ Film review Haider Gulf News.
rob b hood 2006 full movie in hindi watch onlinelatest hindi movies songs hitsfilm indian mica mireasa ep 90hindi movies hate story watch onlinejet li hero full movie in hindi free download