May 27, 2024
"Haddi" is the kind of crime drama that gleefully indulges in filth. The ZEE5 movie features a cast of instantly dislikeable individuals.

Haddi

Rating for Haddi the Movie: 3/5

Language: Hindi (with subtitles).

Available On: Zee5

Runtime: 134 Minutes.

The film’s cast includes Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Anurag Kashyap, Mohd. Zeeshan Ayyub, Shriidhar Dubey, Vipin Sharma, Ila Arun, and others.

Akshat Ajay Sharma directed the movie.

What’s Good: You can see the emergence of a director with a penchant for tough, fascinating material. Even with his shortcomings, he still outperforms most. Anurag Kashyap also needs to do more acting.

What’s Bad: The movie’s plot is a little bit muddled because it jumps around a lot. Only Kashyap’s passion for creating a quirky but terrifying villain can save the dramatics from slipping into the soap opera territory.

Break: Take a moment to use the restroom; this is Nawazuddin’s first time in a very long time to try his hand at something new that is also good.

Whether to Watch or Not to Watch?: Watch it because this is a filmmaker who merits support and inspiration to improve. You can tune in if you are able to see past the imperfections without getting upset.

Story: Haddi is the kind of crime drama that gleefully indulges in filth. The ZEE5 movie features a cast of instantly dislikeable individuals, a shady business enterprise, and more cynicism than is typical of political parties (unsurprising, considering one of the characters is a politician).

The main motivation of the plot is retribution; there are a lot of dead bodies; and the lighting design depicts the underworld.

Her name is derived from the Hindi word meaning bone. She also harbors a grudge against her foe. However, before we learn the reason for Haddi’s (Nawazuddin Siddiqui) rage, we must first traverse the misconceptions surrounding her historically marginalized group.

Haddi is holding a knife when we first see her, and she is uttering a lethal warning. Haddi proved to be a very efficient enforcer as a member of a gang that engaged in murder and blackmail. Inder (Saurabh Sachdeva), the openly gay leader of Haddi, reports to the avaricious Pramod (Anurag Kashyap), who is snatching up land to pay for his reelection. The only tender moments in a symbolically and literally dark and twisted movie are in the historical sequences.

Sharma and Adamya Bhalla’s screenplay frequently exploits discomfort. The 144-minute criminal drama seizes every chance to capitalize on the shock factor of Nawazuddin Siddiqui appearing as a woman.

Haddi, played by Siddiqui, is an odd hybrid of social outcasts and aspiring serial killers. It’s a captivating, if terrifying performance that aims to both surprise and stand out. The supporting cast is strong, and Anurag Kashyap is hilarious as an absurdly evil villain.

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