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Trailer Release: Shweta Tripathi And Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s Haraamkhor Steals The Show Completely

December 28, 2016 Views: 690

Haraamkhor Poster

Just before the release of Raees where Nawazuddin plays a role of a righteous cop, you may see him in another avatar in a romantic movie of twisted nature called Haraamkhor. Trailer of Shlok Sharma directed movie has been released in the internet already.

Through the movie, you may come across several comical situations as one small boy as well as Nawazuddin Siddiqui falls in love with the same girl in her teenage. There is no doubt in the fact that the movie will be an interesting watch. In the backdrop of the movie, you may come across a small village. Hilarious dialogues have been mouthed by the lead characters of the movie.

Still From Haraamkhor

Still From Haraamkhor

Funny conversations have been encountered by the child actors in the movie. Therefore, you may become more interested to see the movie. For the content nature, movie has been banned initially. However, the movie has received a FCAT certificate recently. From the movie, you can get message on the right of women in the society.

Nawazuddin Siddiqui And Shweta Tripathi

Nawazuddin Siddiqui And Shweta Tripathi

Challenging task has been done by the director Shlok Sharma as he finishes the movie in mere 16 days. Entire team of the movie has played a pivotal role. The lead characters, Shweta Tripathi and Nawazuddin Siddiqui can be considered just perfect. The film may not have been possible if the team has not been behind the director. 13th January, 2017 has been decided as the release date of the movie Haraamkhor. Makers of Lunch Box and Gangs of Wasseypur have been seen behind the movie.

In one of the scenes of Haraamkhor, kids try to emulate the Dabang Salman Khan by removing their shirts which can be considered as homage to the actual movie. All these things have been done to show love to a girl. Impact of the scene to the rural audience cannot be ignored. Therefore, it can be considered as an apt homage scene.

Reference Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bt7r3RaLbrY