‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part I’ has already hit teh screens and is being bombarded by thousands of fans from all across the planet who are eager to catch their favorite trio in their quest to destroy Voldemort and his Horcruxes.
Let’s find out how the 3 lead actors have fared in their latest screen outing:
Daniel Radcliffe: Radcliffe has been so sublime in his portrayal of Harry Potter that it is, indeed, impossible to imagine someone else in the garbs of “Boy Who Lived”. Once again, Dan delivers and beautifully manifests a plethora of expressions- from anger to anguish to despondency to a sense of loss. He dishes out a near-flawless performance in ‘Deathly Hallows’.
Rupert Grint: Rupert strays away from his usual happy-go-lucky character in the previous parts to essay a more independent character this time. A lot more ambitious, power-hungry and emotionally overcharged, he shows shades of grey and serves a fine performance of a rebel who eventually realises that his loyalty lies with his true buddies.
Emma Watson: If Daniel and Rupert are the flesh of the film, Emma is its life-blood. Right from the start, she takes over to think about her memories of her muggle parents to veering her friends towards safety of the forests. From conceiving plans to taking urgent impromptu decisions, she is the core around which the other two revolve. And with her impeccable facial expressions, she stands out and is clearly the best amongst the trio in terms of sheer performance.