‘Diana’ a biographical film, directed by Oliver Hirschbiegel based on Lady Diana’s (Princess of Wales) last two years of life released in UK on 20 September, 2013 has taken up leads during three months.
The screenplay of this film is based on Kate Snell’s 2001 book ‘Diana: Her Last Love’ written by Stephen Jeffrey’s. This particular movie was critically panned by British press and received many negative views.
This film basically revolves around a story plot of Lady Diana’s last two years of her life after she was divorced from Prince Charles. It focuses on the relationship of her with a heart surgeon Hasnat Khan and Dodi Fayed. It is pertinent to know that Hasnat Khan is currently the doctor of Pervez Musharraf.
Lady Diana fell extremely in love with Hasnat Khan and wanted to marry him. The film captures the scenes of how lady Diana met Hasnat Khan in a hospital in London and fell in love with him and his personality, whereas Hasnat mother’s attitude has been shown quite rough in the film.
The most inspiring moment in the film is when Lady Diana inspired herself with the teachings of Quran. Hasnat Khan who is a strict follower of Islam inspired Lady Diana by her views and acts. Lady Diana in the film states that she is quite inspired from the teachings and following of Islam and Quran and she believes that she will meet Hasnat after she dies in another world.
The film casts Naomi Watts as Diana, Princess of Wales, Naveen Andrews as Dr. Hasnat Khan, Cas Anvar as Dodi Fayed, Laurence Belcher as Prince William of Wales, Harry Holland as Prince Harry of Wales.
Naomi Watts as Lady Diana, Princess of Wales
Naomi as Diana and Naveen Andrew’s as Dr. Hasnat Khan
Naomi in Shalwar Kamiz and Lady Diana and Dr. Hasnat Khan.
Lady Diana and Dr. Hasnat Khan in real life.
Noami Watts and Naveen Andrew’s leading Lady Diana and Dr. Hasnat Khan’s role in the movie