In the murder-and-revenge story Haddi, Nawazuddin Siddique portrays a transsexual woman seeking retribution. The intriguing plot is enhanced by the filmmaker Akshat Ajay Sharma’s unique brand of savagery, which is influenced by Anurag Kashyap’s movies. The characters’ lack of rootedness, not the brutality of the violence, is the only aspect of the novel that appears improbable. After a certain point, the writing starts to sag and is no longer salvageable. However, Haddi continues to be interesting, and Nawaz gives this movie his all.

Anurag Kashyap is another person; he plays the film’s major antagonist. It’s entertaining to see him try his hand at acting on screen. He isn’t an amateur by any means, yet his portrayal of the villain is occasionally humorous but mainly ineffective.


Anurag Kashyap and Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s criminal drama “Haddi,” has created a lot of hype and anticipation this season. In the movie, Nawazuddin plays a transgender character for the first time, which is a ground-breaking role for him.

Since the revelation of Nawazuddin’s never-before-seen transgender avatar, the enthusiasm and expectation for this movie have risen to previously unheard-of heights.

A chilling film about vengeance and retaliation, Haddi. The bustling landscapes of Gurgaon and Noida, as well as the harsh backdrop of NCR’s decaying urban ruins, serve as the backdrop for the scene. The life of Haddi, a novice to the transgender community, is extensively explored in this film. Nawazuddin Siddiqui brings to life this character.

Haddi, who is from Allahabad, is transported by her captivating tale to the busy streets of Delhi. She finds safety there among a group of transsexual people. As the narrative progresses, we see her swift ascent up the criminal fo1od chain.

Ratings: 3.5/5

Haddi, played by Nawaz, is a trans person who goes through numerous stages of change in the movie, both physically and spiritually, and who ultimately must take the criminal route to exact revenge.

Written By : Indori Nerd

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