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Won’t make film on Shakespeare, Vishal Bhardwaj does enough: Rajat Kapoor

Ace filmmaker Vishal Bhardwaj’s upcoming film Matru Ki Bijlee Ka Mandola is now all set to hit theaters on January 11. Today we brings to you an Exclusive pictures on-set of the film.

With the trailer of Vishal Bhardwaj’s film Haider comes a horde of questions and a deluge of expectations. Leading the horde is the perennial question of the Kashmir conflict, which has remained unresolved ever since India won freedom from the British rule. Prominent among the deluge is the capability of a certain Shahid Kapoor.

Vishal admits that if he has to make a film with Shah Rukh, he would have to write a script only meant for the actor.

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from the Guardian

It’s time to break the national monopoly on Shakespeare

It’s time to break the national monopoly on Shakespeare - Innovative productions such as Vishal Bhardwaj’s Haider prove that Britain isn’t the best at the Bard, says Preti Taneja. Shahid Kapoor in Haider, a modern-day adaptation of Hamlet set in Kashmir

HAIDER is intense packed with emotions, another masterpiece stroke by Vishal Bhardwaj & staring Shahid Kapoor. Haider is based on William Shakespeare's Play Hamlet

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