Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Shwetha Tripati’s latest 2017 Bollywood film, Haraamkhor finally hit big screens today. It is directed by Shlok Sharma. The movie was featured at New York Indian Film Festival (NYIFF) and Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles (IFFLA) and for which the actor has received an award.
The film is based in a rural village on nother part of India. It tells the story of Shyam Tekchand, a teacher. He becomes interested and starts a relation with his student Swetha, a 15 year old girl, which is attraction but nothing. At the same time Kamal a tution mate fells in infatuation with her. But she had no interest in him. The movie shows the tempting relation between Shyam and Swetha. On the other hand Shyam is already married.
Haraamkhor Movie Review, Rating – twsited love story | Nawazuddin Siddiqui
The movie was made ready in just 19 days, the film somewhat ‘was conceived in controversy over his story. Censor Board had refused to pass the film. But last week, after being stuck for long Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s’ Haraamkhor is set for release on January 13. The CBFC has passed it by showing a green light and the film U / A certificate is received.
Director Shlok Sharma thinks all inside ‘what some’ is the same. Every human being can not remain untouched by this gesture. The name of the movie with the same thinking ‘what some’ is placed.
When it comes to film “what some ‘Teenage student and then a teacher is a story built on relationships. Very few filmmakers dare engraver on screen up. But director Shlok Sharma, the film is courageous.
Coming to the story, the movie is based in a small village in Madhya Pradesh. Shyam (Nawazuddin Siddiqui), a simple teacher who is teaching at the village school to earn their living in their home also teaches kids lessons. Shweta Tripathi also comes to tuition who also studies at the same school. She studies 9th class. Amazing little black corrector in the same tuition (Irfan Khan) is crazy in love with the evening twilight and white does not like the proximity. Together with his friends, both young artists Mintu love story has become the villain. But these very same young audience villain will ness. But teachers and students love the most shocking end of this story is made of. The villain of the society with the love story, the villain of the audience could hardly digest.
Enjoying the very serious issue of society, “what some ‘story is different, but of course the presentation of the film are not so special. Which in spite of spectacular scenery and strong acting between teachers and students love the story so many times that they are given time to prove cumbersome.
In terms of acting in the film, Nawazuddin Siddiqui appeared in full color. The performance of 14-year-old’s Shweta Tripathi is made contigious. Irfan Khan (child actor), Mohammad Samad (child actor) with his characters, including the rest of the cast are completely justified.
The film is set in the extremely low budget should definitely be commended. As the film shows, because of society who did not want to be part of society and awareness among the people on issues that are important.