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Love triangles have been one of Bollywood’s most popularly-used ideas.
But what places Haraamkhor apart is that it features a triangular love with a large twist!
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Starring Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Shweta Tripathi in the lead, the movie is about a married lecturer who is carried away by his student, only to understand that he is competing with another student in love with her.
Set in a little town in Madhya Pradesh, the characteristics between the three brings change as the feelings of affection increases.
The movie completed its shooting in 16 days, which is a record of sorts in Bollywood.
But it was delayed because of a case charged against the director by the Maharashtra’s TextBook Bureau.
However, after everything has been settled, the movie is set to hit cinemas next month!
From the creators of Gangs of Wasseypur and The Lunchbox, Haraamkhor looks like another small-budget movie patiently waiting to surprise us with its simplicity and rawness.
‘Haraamkhor’ is a 2017 Indian Hindi movie by Shlok Sharma.
The movie also includes Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Shweta Tripathi.
The First look of Haramkhor was out on 8 March 2015.
Jasleen Royal is the song composer of the movie. The movie was taken in just 16 days.
The case against the movie was for the reason that it had the same logo like the balbarati book of Maharashtra TextBook Bureau.
Haraamkhor was premiered in Fifteenth yearly New York Film Festival (NYIFF) and Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles (IFFLA).
Nawazuddin Siddiqui obtained the Best Acting professional award for the movie at the New York Indian Film Festival.
“It was indeed very tough to complete a whole function film’s capture in 16 days.
That’s why the team’s part was the most important. My lead stars Nawaz bhai and Shweta were chosen. So was the team,” Sharma said in a talk.
“Siddharth, my DOP (director of photography), and his group, along with the production team, were all definitely in combination.
There was no way this would have been possible without the group I had behind me,” he included.
In a verdict last week, the Film Certification Appellate Tribunal (FCAT) reversed a ban on the video, stating it to be culturally accountable.
Shot in a small town in Gujarat, the film examines the romantic endeavors between a 14-year-old school student and her teacher.
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