Not Rated | | Action, Crime, Drama
A young man returns to Kashmir after his father's disappearance to confront his uncle - the man he suspects of playing a role in his father's fate.
Haider was shot in two parts. The first schedule was in November-December 2013 and then next in January-February 2014. Keeping the weather conditions in consideration, the first part of the film is shot in Autumn-Winter and the second part featuring... ...
Chutzpah Monologue Hello? Hello? Mic testing 1,2,3... Hello...? Awaz aa rahi hai aap laog ko? Hello, hello, hello, hello, hello? UN council resolution no. 47 of 1948, Article 2 of the Geneva convention, and Article 370 of the Indian Constitution. ...
[Around 0:39:51] The Kashmir daily that Haider is reading shows its print date as Saturday November 6, 1995. However, November 6, 1995 was a Monday. The print in itself has plenty of grammatical errors. The headline mentions discovery of several bodies, however, the news pertains to police finding a single body.
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