Many directors who have been impressed with the story line of Shakespeare's Hamlet have been planning to make a screen adaptation of the same but it's Vishal Bhardwaj's film Haider that has already kick-started amidst the beautiful locales of Kashmir. However, the cast and the crew have been caught in trouble after the shoot was disrupted by few students.
Though it was convenient for the director cum producer to seek permission from the Chief Minister of the state to shoot in Kashmir, a few students recently objected to the shooting of a few scenes and started pro-freedom slogans, dismantling the stage. Apparently, the students were not allowing the crew to hoist the tricolour in one of the scenes in the film. These youngsters also forced them out of the Naseem Bagh (Kashmir University Garden) despite heavy security, claiming that they had no idea about the shoot happening on that location.
Some of these students were even arrested for the protest but later, the University authorities interfered and they were released.