“Grateful that we are living in the era of Sanjay Leela Bhansali”

Aditi Rao Hydari

In Aditi Rao Hydari Hiramandi(Courtesy: YouTube,

New Delhi:

Hiramandi: Diamond Bazaar All sounding right. Directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali, fans, critics and even celebrities are showering love on this project. The Netflix show stars Aditi Rao Hydari as Bibbojan in pre-independence India. Now, Aditi’s fiance, actor Siddharth has shared his review. Siddharth has shared a still on his Instagram stories Hiramandi, in which Aditi’s character is doing mujra. In his review, the actor wrote, “Acting (star emoji) music (star emoji) beauty (star emoji) drama (star emoji) We are grateful to be living in the age of Sanjay Leela Bhansali saab.”

He added, “#Hiramandi A letter of love and freedom told in the confines of a bygone age with images that enchant the heart, music and verses that stir the soul. A piece of art that would make K Asif Saab proud. Love and congratulations to the entire team. Now streaming on Netflix.”

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next to Hiramandi: Diamond Bazaar’s release, Aditi Rao Hydari revealed how Sanjay Leela Bhansali starved her once To get a perfect view. In chat with rediff.com, the actress said, “One day, Sanjay sir made me starve because I wanted to do a scene that was full of fire. He said, ‘Aaj Khana Mat Khana (Don’t eat today)’ and that helped me grow a sense of injustice.

his ndtv reviewSaid by Saibal Chatterjee Hiramandi: Diamond Bazaar 3 out of 5 stars. He wrote,Hiramandi: Diamond Bazaar Her broad, overflowing canvas illuminates women liberally, even as she unleashes blood and unspeakable horror with intimate moments of love, jealousy, betrayal and rebellion, and unfolding processions, street confrontations and incidents of torture in prison.

“Utterly charming and tragic, poignant and eloquent, the Tawaifs live in the heart of Lahore but on the brink of oblivion as dull as dispensable objects of fancy on the fringes of a society controlled by nawabs and ruthless British officials desperately clinging to their power over an increasingly restless colonial populace,” added Saibal Chatterjee.

Apart from Aditi Rao Hydari, Hiramandi: Diamond Bazaar Sonakshi Sinha, Sharmeen Segal, Manisha Koirala, Sanjeeda Shaikh and Richa Chadha are in lead roles.

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