Haider (2014) |⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️| Haider, hem cinematografik olarak hem de Shahid’in oyunculuğu açısından önemli bir film. Hikaye Shakespeare’in Hamlet’inin hint kültürüne uyarlanmış hali. Vishal Bhardway’in yönetmeni olduğu filmlerden işlediğim kadarıyla yarı mistik yarı karanlık bir üslubu var. İzlediklerimden birçoğunu da beğendim. Hikayeyi bilseniz de Tabu ve Shahid Kapoor için işlememesi gereken bir film. Shraddha çok zarif görünüyor bu filmde. Çok uzun değil ama etkili bir oyunculuğu vardı. Ayrıca konuk oyuncu olarak caağğnım Irrfan Khan yer alıyor. 🎈 ... #haider#shahidkapoor#tabu#shraddhakapoor#vishalbhardwaj#irrfankhan#love#family#pyaar#aşk#aile#hamlet#shakespeare
A song that has changed my life 😁 It gave me the boost that I needed back then. Had gotten selected for Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Middle East 2010 as the 1st Finalist who would fly down to Mumbai for further auditions( and it would've been my first time in Mumbai too ). Will share the picture if I find it. I couldn't do justice this time but anyway I've uploaded it coz it's my favourite song for life. Dil Toh Baccha Hai Jii - Ishqiya Great songs by @Vishal Bhardwaj and @Hitesh, Wonderfully sung by @rahat_fateh_ali_khan__official . It was an amazing movie with my two most favourite actors from the Indian Industry @naseerudinshahofficial and @arshad_warsi #jamsesh
Trust Gulzar Sahab to hide away poetry in all the nooks and crannies of a song, no matter what purpose it serves. The thing about this legend, and forgive me for going all fangirl on all your asses, is, he looks at the story, the character, the situation, the origin of everything around the song and then puts words on paper. Why else, would he write, "Koi chaal aisi chalo yaaro ab ke samundar bhi pull pe chale, phir tu chale uspe ya main chalu, shehar ho apne pairon tale.'' for two underdogs trying to make it big in city like Mumbai? It's obvious the best of him comes out when he's collabortaing with Vishal Bhardwaj, who compliments these lines by doing simple things like putting the characters in a night club where everything is blurry, shiny, and unrecognisable, just like life for the guys, who've tasted success for the first time. And the best thing is when you find these in songs you thought were just meant for dancing around. Imagine how much my mind was blown when I heard 'Kajra re' as a relatively adult person capable of deciphering Gulzars' words and heard, "Teri baaton mein kimaam ki khushboo hai, tera aana bhi garmiyon ki loo hai." in a song I'd earlier dismissed as a promiscuous 'kotha' song. He's just.. too good yaar. Too good.
Haider faced the scarcity in love when he saw the grave of his father, he completely gets shattered. Somehow at that point, he got distanced from the world, he was now living in a bit of dilution-cum-reality state. He identified the culprit but wanted the clan to know his/her evil deeds. .. . The whole scenario now becomes a battle arena, one side it's the battle after Article 370 and the other side depicts all about taking revenge. One of the most important frames in the movie was the climax where Haider understood the meaning of freedom is to break the chains of avenging his father's death. The vicious circle of killing and then asking for peace will lead your hands to get painted with blood all over again. It's not always about taking revenge but letting it free to rejuvenate the idea of independence. .. . Shahid has delivered his career-best performance in Haider, he owned every frame from start to the end, but what came as surprise or the character that took a full U-turn in the portrayal was Tabu's character Ghazala. She actually touched the skin of the character. Kay Kay Menon as Khurram played the antagonist with such an ease that it's difficult to think someone else in that role. Haider is a perfect picture with no flaws at all. #bollywoodmoviereview#writer#writersofinstagram#bollywood#shahidkapoor #shraddhakapoor#tabu#vishalbhardwaj#haidermovie #kaykaymenon#irrfan
Movie:- Haider Tone:- Revenge ..................................... 'Haider' jumps on to the barren ground of family drama that embrace the conspiracies developing internally to vanish the existence of one's identity. However, the comfort part in a persons life was used to get scavenged from their own 'blood', is prominently being shown in the movie. It delineates all the minute but important behavioural changes of the leads from situation to situation. .. . Starting up with the building of the Characters, every character has their own constant and mature growth throughout the film. Be it Haider, who used to dawn the robe of a silent seeker turned into a violently outraged person in the end or be it Ghazala who understood the wrongs that she has committed by supporting the wrong guy in killing her husband, tranquillized herself by rubbing her own existence. Even, the characters like Roohdar and Khurram acted as strong pillars in building up the whole theme of the flick. .. . Coming back and seeing his turmoiled childhood house, Haider was taken aback but he actually felt the pain in his knees when he went to pay a visit to her mother, who didn't notice his presence but was busy playing and laughing behind a translucent curtain with Khurram. Haider, couldn't gulp in the satisfactory statements given by them instead, he left the home. .. . Understanding the reality but still living in this myth that his father is alive. Haider took up the quest to find him and tried to bail him out of those government files. But before he could reach him, her father's soul a.k.a Roohdar finds Haider and conveyed the message of revenge to him. #bollywoodmoviereview#writer#writersofinstagram#bollywood#shahidkapoor #shraddhakapoor#tabu#vishalbhardwaj#haidermovie #kaykaymenon#irrfan
Vishal Bharadwaj is a master storyteller and he has proved it again with this masterpiece of a movie. The story starts with Charlie(Shahid Kapoor) who wants to be a bookmaker and he works with three bengali brothers who fix races. He is closer to mikhail the youngest of the lot and he is hostile to his own sibling guddu(Shahid Kapoor). Once fixing a race charlie's jockey deceives him and the story takes a 360 degree turn. There is a twist in the story that makes the movie more interesting and that is that both of them brilliantly portrayed by Shahid kapoor one brother stutters and another one lisps. Guddu is living a simple life where he is romantically attached to sweety(Priyanka Chopra) not knowing that she is the sister of the dreadful politician Bhope Bhau(Amol Gupte). Here sweety informs guddu that she is pregnant and they decide to marry but on the wedding day bhope's men crash the wedding and beat guddu but they both elope from there. From that point the movie has many twists and turns and the climax is awesome. To know whether guddu and charlie will ever cross paths watch this film and you will be delighted because it is edge of the seat masterpiece . Brilliant screenplay by Abhishek Chaubey(ishqiya, udta punjab,sonchiriya) and Vishal Bharadwaj with Sabrina Dhawan and Supratik Sen. Well wrtitten story by the director himself with some beautiful cinematography by Tassaduq Hussain. The music was already making people dance with the superb Dhan te Nan and the lyrics by the great Gulzar. Each and every actor has acted superbly kudos to Shahid Kapoor who played something different first time in his career and his and Priyanka Chopra's chemistry was on fire. Well supported by Amol Gupte and the new boy Chandan Roy Sanyal. If you have not got hold of this movie please do watch it and you'll feel that more directors like this are needed in the industry. 😇💞♨️ . . . . . . #vishalbhardwaj#shahidkapooor#priyankachopra#actor#actress# #movies#videostar
Meeting and interacting with #vishalbhardwaj was so inspiring! Just watching him and Rekha ji on stage sharing their stories, their struggles, the interesting anecdotes, their love for music.. and for each other was so so sweet! Such genuine people with not just beautiful voices but beautiful hearts too! Now that I have been making films under my own banner @voyce_india it was so inspiring to hear stories from a director who is such a perfectionist... I dreamt about my film all night after that.. and what did you expect happened the next day... I was out with my team, shooting... I had to try out all those new scenes I created in my mind... it came out so well... and what greater joy than the client liking the film and the shots today! :) #joyinmyeyes#joyinmyheart
"Anurag Kashyap : जैस ranveer singh, deepika को देखता है, वैसे ही ऊ लड़का तुमको देखता है??!! Actor repeats the same dialogue, same way Anurag Kashyap: Haan!!, correct!!..." Dude we remember the brilliant acting, the dynamic music but don't notice, how that impulsive brilliance is injected in the crew by the directors!! "Directo ke Shabd"- the way a director must have convinced the crew to make that scene happen!! *It's my assumption that if I wud have been at their place,what I might have said! To show my deep sense of respect to all the directors who have created such beautiful film rather I wud call it "dreams", I am going to post few throbbing shots that are captured, acted n worked upon by greatest directors that the world has known but not acknowledged to the point the should have been!!!! It's just a mere try!!😅 #1st post on the gully boy, coming soon!! @anuragkashyap10 @zoieakhtar @jamescameronofficial @imtiazaliofficial @kabirkhankk @faroutakhtar @hirani.rajkumar @vikramadityamotwane #vishalbhardwaj#sanjayleelabhansali#ramgopalvarma#movies#director#gems#films#bollywood#mumbai
Shreya Ghoshal @shreyaghoshal , the only person, who's voice makes me 'feel' the soul, of an unknown girl; whom I have seen & feels like been listening to, past many lives; it actually makes me feel the presence of a girl; wearing a white gown who strangely doesn't even look like Shreya Ghoshal. People talk about soul in voices, as far as Shreya Ghoshal is concerned, I uniquely feel that soul. In other words, her voice portrays a person on blank canvas of my mind; who is completely a different person, immensely Beautiful and Angelic. . Last two images are 'sort of' visuals I see. (I don't own copyrights of the material) . #music#unplugged#composing#singing#snapseed#omkara#vishalbhardwaj#gulzar#angelicvoice#divine#soul#soulful#shreyaghoshal#navalshastri
Vishal Bhardwaj and Rekha Bhardwaj live in action for a event we attended Saturday night. Such talent and such humbleness is rarely seen these days. . . . . . . #celebrity#sanctumwealth#saturdaymood#saturdaynight#saturdayvibes#goodtimes#vishalbhardwaj#rekhabhradwaj#bollywood#celebrityspotting#tajmansingh#mylife#
On International Women's Day, here is a revisit to the sparkling 2014 dark comedy, #dedhishqiya. It is not only of the finest films of the decade but is also notable for its daring yet understated portrayal of its women protagonists. I’m sure Ismat Chughtai is smiling from somewhere for its glowing tribute to #lihaaf. . . . ****** . . . #abhishekchaubey seems to have had a bitter love life as his first two directorial ventures had women, love and deceit, all in equal measures. Jokes apart, Dedh Ishqiya has much more in store. It has men (dangerous ones, at that), guns, thrills and rib-tickling comedy. Heralded as a sequel to the 2010 flick Ishqiya, the film is more or less ‘Misadventures of Khalu and Babban – Part 2’. To give due credit to the director, the sequel has a streamlined story, more interesting characters and cheekier dialogues than the prequel. The new edition of #ishqiya is all about a unique “swayamvar” conducted by Begum Para (#MadhuriDixitNene), the lady of Mahmudabad, a fictitious town in the heartlands of Uttar Pradesh, India. The event adjudged by Begum, with support of her aide Muniya (#HumaQureshi), is all about excellence in Urdu poetry. Circumstances bring Khalu (#NaseeruddinShah) and Babban (#ArshadWarsi) to Begum’s palace and sparks fly… of love, power, treachery, greed and of course gunfire! Full review on www.filmysasi.com #womensday#internationalwomensday#feminism#equality#lgbt#lgbtq#vishalbhardwaj#gulzar#urdu#poetry#literature#cinema#movies#films#madhuridixit
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______________________________________________________ #baderselects: HAIDER(2014) ________________________________________________________ There are very few directors in Hindi cinema who dare to push the envelope with their politically charged films. And by politically-charged I don’t mean exposing corrupt ministers, flawed judiciary or dishonest cops, I mean films that address more uncomfortable truths about Governments. Haider was one such film. Directed by India’s most intelligent and politically informed Director, Vishal Bharadwaj, whose body of work includes a Shakespearean trilogy (Maqbool, Omkara & Haider) each one set in a different yet familiar Indian political milieu. _______________________________ Haider was an adaption of Hamlet, Shakespeare’s tragic drama of the late 16th century that is notably his longest play and one of the most influential works of world literature. Bhardwaj while adapting Hamlet to Haider retained much of the nuances of the former simply because the story of hamlet with the backdrop of the situation in Kashmir, a conflicted area that has witnessed decades of war, insurgence and forced occupation, made way for exceptional story-telling. In an industry of remakes, remixes and rip-offs, a film like Haider should be celebrated. ______________________________ Shahid Kapoor, who otherwise is a capable actor, did not get much luck through his career in doing films that suited his “chocolate boy” image, an image he created by aping Shah Rukh Khan. I don’t blame him. He entered the industry at a time when Bollywood still had the 90s hangover and his performances didn’t demand much from him except to look and dance the part. Bhardwaj was the first Director to utilize his talent with his critically acclaimed “Kaminey”, and later gave him a role of his career in the form of Haider. Today, Haider is remembered as one of Bollywood’a finest political drama and this monologue has become the voice of oppressed Kashmiris.