ZEE Original film, “Haddi,” starring Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Anurag Kashyap, and Mohd. Zeeshan Ayyub was released on ZEE5 on September 7, 2023.
Nawazuddin Siddiqui and lead actor Anurag Kashyap are delightful in this epic drama.
The release of Nawazuddin Siddiqui dressed as a transgender person on the “Haddi” poster got me curious, I hope this movie shows some crimes trans people commit within the secret mafia.
When you sit down and watch the movie, you realize that there is much more to it than that.
Using social modifiers as witty and witty metaphors, director Akshat Ajay Sharma exposes the dark side of the city’s criminals. He brings his sense of humor to a story of revenge and violence.
It is an incredible and terrifying tale of power and revenge. Aggressive men are on a killing spree, blood is splattered everywhere, and every action scene gets bloody.
Unfortunately, the trailer left out most of the story. But “Haddi” manages to sustain your interest and investment.
What impressed me most was the transformation of Nawaz; It was very complex, and attention was paid to detail.
The latest OTT show, “Taali,” shares some similarities with Sushmita Sen’s character, who follows the same path, but “Haddi” has a slight edge over “Taali”, maybe because Nawaz has a higher risk of wearing, clothes change people and are very reliable.
Set in today’s NCR Gurgaon and Noida disaster, the “Haddi” story begins when transgender Wonder (Nawaz) tells an old man about her community’s curse.
Fortunately, their curses, horrors, and vengeance are even worse. In the next scene, we see “Haddi”(who is also played by Nawaz) moving from his hometown of Allahabad to join professional gangster-turned Pramod Ahlawat (Anurag Kashyap) with a group of people leading change and change.
Many illegal businesses operate. “Haddi” soon made it to the top of the crime scene, but the vengeance of his family, where the criminals had been wronged, was not extinguished.
A long, twisted revenge drama of 134 minutes, exciting and fast-paced, filled my heart. Be careful not to belittle the changing society.
Special attention was paid to the scenario and the events presented, further enriched by beautiful characters.
The film, co-written by Sharma and Adamya Bhalla, tells a great story, and the nuances of the writing create the magic.
Nawaz aptly conveys the pain
Regarding performance, “Haddi” can brag about them without compromise. Nawaz makes you believe in Wonder in the best way possible.
The way trans people organize their body language, speech, and public image is very appropriate.
Even playing as Haddi, you can feel the pain in his eyes, and he does both. “Haddi” describes Nawaz’s performance at its strongest yet weakest; you will love it.
One of the highlights is Great’s love story with Irrfan (Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub), and it’s great to see a photo like this taken maturely. They won’t surprise you even in romantic seriously.