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When a Movie Gets Political: Case of Haider letbeautybeyourconstantideal.blogspot.in/2014/10/when-movie-gets-political-case-of-haider.html

Vishal Bhardwaj has managed to present, for the most part, a good adaptation of this powerful story using an interesting and engaging narration. The lead actors in the film have performed their parts very well, making the experience of movie watching quite enjoyable. But what puzzles me (and perhaps many other people too, if I go by some of the comments and discussions going on in social media and also on the basis of a few reviews of the film) is the choice of political context in which the story of Haider has been situated. This article presents a list of seven points which made me wonder whether this time around the filmmaker’s love for Shakespeare has taken a backseat to his politics in this third adaptation of the bard’s plays. – See more at: http://letbeautybeyourconstantideal.blogspot.in/2014/10/when-movie-gets-political-case-of-haider.html

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  1. It was like abusing your own mother at one time and demanding the excellent dinner at other. This Ugly Mirror of India is to offend those who are stoic above all limits, this is to awake those who think they are always right. This is an intentional attempt to make our society aware of what they do wrong without giving a thought… Reactions are welcomed, anything would be answered…

  2. a nice detailed review of all the controversial aspects of that movie.

    1. beloomehra says:

      Thanks for reading and for your appreciation.