Maqbool, Omkara, Kaminey and now Haider, Vishal Bhardwaj continues to engross us with his marvelous films. Not a single film that the director has made has gone unnoticed. His movies are one of a kind. Critically acclaimed and applauded by the ... FilmFare.com, 1 week ago
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Movie review: Haider - Times of Oman, 2 weeks ago
By Shilpa Jamkhandikar In retelling William Shakespeare's tragedy Hamlet against the backdrop of war and sectarian strife in Indian-administered Kashmir, Vishal Bhardwaj's Haider starts off promisingly. It's too bad that the promise never ...News India Times, 2 weeks ago Movie Review: Haider Reuters, 2 weeks ago
Ranging from chaos to confusion to death, Bollywood has never left a stone unturned when it comes to amusing its patrons even if it means mocking the sacrosanct institution of marriage. It has, over the years, become adept at finding humour in ...NDTV, 1 month ago
They say that getting a foothold in Bollywood is anything but easy. More often than not, newbies have to struggle a lot before they bag a movie. That said, the industry has also seen a fair share of names who have managed to debut in plum projects.Mid Day, 1 month ago
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