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Haraamkhor

Haraamkhor

Jan. 13, 2017 90 Min.
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Shlok Sharma
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An unlikely love triangle unfolds when married professor, Shyam, has an illicit affair with his student, Sandhya, who in turn is trying to be wooed by her classmate Kamal.
Shyam is a teacher at a small school in a tiny village. Sandhya, and best friends Mintu, and Kamal are some of his students. Kamal has a huge crush on Sandhya, but she is not interested. After school, Shyam visits Sandhya’s home to have some documents notarized by her father, who is a local police commissioner. Sandhya and Shyam become closer. Sandhya takes care of her father when he arrives home drunk. She follows him to a party when he lies to her about going on a work trip. On her way home, Sandhya falls and injures her knee and goes to Shyam’s house, where his wife, Sunita cares for her and lets her stay with them for the night. Sandhya spies on Shyam and Sunita having sex. While she is asleep, Shyam tries to talk to Sandhya and teases her, but she is angry with him.
Haraamkhor is a 2017 Indian Hindi film directed by Shlok Sharma.[1][2][3] It stars Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Shweta Tripathi.[4][5] The first look of Haramkhor was out on 8 March 2015.[6] Jasleen Royal is the music composer. The film was shot in just 16 days.[7]

In April 2017, an FIR was registered against director Shlok Sharma on a complaint by Balbharati, Maharashtra’s textbook bureau, objecting to striking similarities between its logo and promotion scenes from Haraamkhor.[8]

Haraamkhor was premiered at the 15th annual New York Indian Film Festival (NYIFF)[9][10] and Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles (IFFLA). Nawazuddin Siddiqui received the Best Actor award at the NYIFF.[11] It earned 1.64 crores net and 2.30 crores gross from lifetime run in India.

Haraamkhor
Haraamkhor
Original title हरामखोर
TMDb Rating 6.7 6 votes

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