Vishal Bhardwaj loves his anti hero and he has proved that rightfully in his Shakespearean trilogy. Here's your favourite among them…
Filmmaker Vishal Bhardwaj loves the colour grey. And he has made it more than evident over the years in the films he has either penned, directed or been associated with. Right from his days as a composer for movies like Maachis (1996), Satya (1998), Godmother, Hu Tu Tu (1999), Paanch (2003) to writing, producing or directing films like Maqbool (2003), Omkara (2006), No Smoking, Nishabd (2007), Kaminey (2009), Ishqiya (2010), 7 Khoon Maaf (2011), Matru Ki Bijli Ka Mandola (2013), Dedh Ishqiya (2014) and his last released film Haider, Mr Bhardwaj loves the anti-hero, and rightfully so.
In a world where nothing is black or white, right or wrong, one can’t really blame him for seeing order in chaos and perfection in imperfection. Mr Bhardwaj is more of a realist than a romantic or perhaps a realistic romantic which reflects in the movies he makes or the characters he pens (or adapts). We give you an overview of a few characters from some of his films which glorify shades of grey especially from the Shakespearean trilogy.
We had asked you BollywoodLifers as to which among the three Shakespearean adaptations do you love the most and you guys have reverted with a big heart. Here's what you'll have voted for:
Shahid Kapoor-Tabu's Haider: 49%
Ajay Devgn-Saif Ali Khan's Omkara: 47%
Irrfan Khan-Pankaj Kapur's Maqbool: 4%
So Haider seems to be a far hotter favourite among you fans than Omkara and Maqbool. Wethinks all three of them were classics and have attained cult status. They will be remembered and watched again and again by generations to come. What do you say BollywoodLifers?
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