Mumbai- Hindi film ‘Haramkhor’ that released in theatres last week, was ready four years prior to its release.
It took four years for the movie to come on to the big screen because it was delayed by the Central Board of Film Certification Review Committee. The film released last week and has received a good response from the audience and has earned far more than the budget of the film already, we learn. The movie stars actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Shweta Tripathi in the lead roles and is directed by Shlok Sharma.
During the success party for the film this week, Nawazuddin said, “I feel that I have given my best in the movie ‘Haramkhor’ and it is also clear that a big budget movie and real Indie style movie can also do well. The movie has been liked by the press, audience, and performers alike."