Haddi Review: A Dark and Twisted Crime Drama

Haddi is a crime drama film that delves deep into the world of sordidness and vengeance, directed by Akshat Ajay Sharma and starring Nawazuddin Siddiqui

The film attempts to distinguish itself by introducing a revenge-seeker - a hijra named Haddi

Although the film introduces compelling elements, such as the underground bone trade, it often fails to provide clarity and depth to the story

Haddi's character undergoes a transformation from a sleek operator to a desperate individual in pursuit of closure, and her romance with an activist named Irfan is one of the film's most compelling passages

The film's edgy tone and gallows humor, particularly supplied by the venal Pramod, adds a unique layer to the narrative

Nawazuddin Siddiqui delivers an impressive performance as Haddi, and the supporting cast also adds to the overall excellence of the performances

Haddi successfully explores themes of identity, unconventional love, and the pursuit of justice

Despite its flaws, Haddi manages to carve out its own space in the crime drama genre, blending elements of darkness and fantasy to create a unique viewing experience