Haraamkhor (U/A)
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Haraamkhor

Hindi
ComedyDrama
13 Jan, 2017
1 hrs 34 mins
67%
2,931 votes
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SYNOPSIS
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.
Set in a small town in Madhya Pradesh, Haraamkhor is a prohibited love story witnessed through the eyes of two adolescents.
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Verdict: A beautiful take on a perverse reality. It has happened. Nawazuddin Siddiqui has finally been overshadowed by another actor in a movie. Vicky Kaushal couldn`t do it, Arbaaz Khan couldn`t do it, even Irrfan Khan fell short while working with the actor. And now, the Nawaz has been trumped by none other than a child. In Haraamkhor... ...Read full review
Brave and original, Haraamkhor walks the razors edge. One tiny mistake, and it could have been pronounced morally twisted. Some may call it immoral even now. However, Haraamkhor is one film you just shouldnt miss, even if its just to see how Hindi cinema is exploring new themes with finesse. ...Read full review
Thankfully, from start to finish, Haraamkhor eschews Bollywood-isms and the greed to appeal to any imagined `masses`. Haraamkhor`s filmmaking is brave, ballsy and confident. ...Read full review
What shines in this otherwise bold but ambiguous film are the performances and Mukesh Chhabras impeccable casting, especially when it comes to the young boys. Shweta Tripathi stuns you as a 31-year-old, playing a 14 something with her understated portrayal. Nawazuddin Siddiqui once again proves why he is considered to be one of the finest actors of today. He is effortlessly flawless and evokes diverse emotions like anger, disdain and laughter with an easy nonchalance. ...Read full review
These hiccups notwithstanding, the film benefits enormously from the convincing performances at its heart. Shweta Tripathi is in good form as the confused, ignored young teenager who cant help making all the wrong choices, and young uns Irrfan Khan and particularly Mohammed Samad provide non-stop laughs as Kamal and Mintu respectively. But its Nawazuddin Siddiqui whose brilliant, mostly understated portrayal of a violent predator is the films biggest strength. ...Read full review

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