Shakespearean Revenge in a violent Kashmir : A Critical Examination of Haider Movie

Vol-4 | Issue-03 | March 2019 | Published Online: 13 March 2019    PDF ( 137 KB )
Nitin Antil 1

1Assistant Professor (Ext), T.D.l Government College, Murthal ( Sonipat) Haryana (India)


Bollywood executive Vishal Bhardwaj’s Indian adjustment of Hamlet has been hailed as “a standout amongst the most essential films of the year”. The executive is known for his adoration of William Shakespeare’s works. He construct his 2003 hit Maqbool in light of Macbeth and came back with Omkara in 2006 as his adjustment of Othello. Be that as it may, his third film, Haider, in view of the English essayist’s work is getting more extensive media consideration because of its questionable scenery. The film is set in Indian-regulated Kashmir. In Bhardwaj’s film, Shahid Kapoor is Hamlet, Shraddha Kapoor is Ophelia, Tabu plays Gertrude and Kay Menon is Claudius. The film has effectively adjusted the play’s outstanding wanders aimlessly in the background of the furnished rebellion in the Kashmir of the 199’Regarding life, ‘To be or not to be’ or ‘Hum hain ki hum nahin?’ that is the question, splendid content by Vishal and Companion, who make the performing artist’s activity a smidgen simple. A genuinely touching story that en-catches the adventure of Hamlet in the most ideal way imaginable. The peak is truly outstanding in Bollywood and the film ought not to be missed for it has a spirit that will touch you profound.

Adjustment, contrast, translation, plot, Hamlet, Haider
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