Filmmaker Vishal Bhardwaj, who excluded the representation of Kashmiri Pandits in his film "Haider", Thursday said he was never "insensitive" towards the mass exodus that made the majority of the community "refugees" in their own country.
This year the Festival will look at gender equality in India in a series titled ‘Women Uninterrupted’, supported by UN Women to mark the 20th anniversary of the Beijing Conference on Gender, leading up to the world summit at the UN this September, as well as ‘The Seven Deadly Sins’ that polarize
Pakistani actress Mahira Khan, best known for her sensitive portrayal of Khirad in TV drama 'Humsafar', says she would love to work in Bollywood and has directors like Vishal Bhardwaj, Mani Ratnam and Imtiaz Ali on her wish list.
Mumbai: Veteran actor Pankaj Kapur, who has frequently collaborated with Vishal Bhardwaj, says he cannot thank the director enough for casting his son Shahid Kapoor as Hamlet in his upcoming movie 'Haider', an adaptation of William Shakespeare's revenge tragedy.
Filmmaker Vishal Bhardwaj believes in authenticity.The maverick director doesn't shy away from going to the extreme limit, for making his characters look as real as possible. Each of his films have mirrored close to real characters. And even when it comes to music, the genius outshines his contemporaries. In his latest- 'Haider' - Kashmiri folk music will find space and the much needed attention..
The super swift dancer and versatile actor—Shahid Kapoor prefers to let his work do all the talking. Despite being busy with promotional activities related to his upcoming release 'Haider', the actor has taken upon himself to make sure that his efforts are far-reached.
The actor who has broken all the barriers and pushed beyond the obvious, for making his film stand out, Shahid Kapoor surely feels connected with his upcoming film `Haider`. So much so, that the actor has pushed ahead the shooting of his next titled `Shandaar` by director Vikas Bahl.
Shahid Kapoor, who plays a dark character in his forthcoming film ‘Haider’, says although he prepared for the role the nagging thought that he`s not "good enough" for it kept haunting him throughout the shoot.
The filmmaker who is best known in Indian cinema for adapting iconic Shakespeare characters on celluloid -Vishal Bhardwaj - has once again proved why he is the considered to be a maverick. Shahid Kapoor and Shraddha Kapoor starrer `Haider` released it`s first official trailer today.
After launching his son Partho as an actor with `Stanley Ka Dabba`, filmmaker Amole Gupte has roped him in once again for `Hawaa Hawaai`. He says lots of offers came the young actor`s way, but as father, he wants Partho to live his childhood to the hilt.