Haider is the upcoming Indian drama film shooted in Kashmir, introducing Shahid Kapoor as Haider, Irrfan Khan, Shraddha Kapoor as Arshia together for the first time. The story of the movie is based upon William Shakespeare Hamlet, directed by Vishal Bhardwaj. Actress Tabbu has played role of Haider’s step mother who marries her brother in law after Haider’s father disappears in a mysterious way.
The young Haider looking for revenge from his uncle for killing his father and trapping mother. Shahid Kapoor has played a bald role after Kaminey. The fans of Shahid must be waiting for his new bold look after a long time. The film promos and songs have created a lot of curiosity.
The movie is all set to release on 2nd October. There will be a tough completion between Shahid’s Haider and Hrithik’s Bang Bang. The promos and songs of movie are found to be quite interesting. Actress Tabbu herself has sung the song “Roshe Valle” in the movie. Shahid Kapoor has played a bald role after Kaminey. Shraddha Kapoor plays a role of journalist.
Why to watch Haider
It is predicted as movie will give great expectations considering Shakespeare Story; this is also Vishal Bhardwaj third direction on William Shakespeare story after Maqbool and Omkara which were also based on Shakespeare story. Also looking forward to Kashmir’s scenic beauty, high snow covered mountains, Dal lakes and Shikaras. The Kashmir’s beauty which has been dissolved in flood.
Shahid and Shraddha get cuddled up and share a lip kiss in the song ‘Khul Kabhi Toh’ a track sung by famous Arijit Singh. The song is love making song shooted in snow and dark warm room, where the couple makes love. Shraddha was getting cozy to shoot this scene. But Director Vishal Bhardwaj intuitively convinced her shoot and does so in easy way such that the shoot was packed up by doing not only kiss, but complete smooching scene.
“Bismil” song is the remixed version of ‘Ek aur Bismil’, The Song is picturized and shooted in Sun temple. Shahid has groomed and looked complete to angst looks like baaz and danced on folksy Kashmiri melody. The song is sung by Sukhwinder Singh and lyrics by Gulzar.