Local children feature in Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s ‘Haraamkhor’


Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Shweta Tripathi’s ‘Haraamkhor’ is all set for release in India after being featured in a number of film festivals outside India. BizAsiaLive.com has learnt that the film is featuring local children.

A source confirmed to Asian Age, “The movie is shot at a village in Gujarat and most of its shots were taken in a school. The students from the school were actually made a part of the film. The makers made it a point not to shoot during school hours so that the kids would not miss on their studies. Still, they had an enthusiastic bunch of kids who gladly stayed back to shoot after school hours”.

The story surrounds the relationship between a teacher and student. The source further added, “They would hang out with the kids and the teachers. This also helped their performance on screen since they already had a good off-screen equation”.

The film will release in India on 13th January.

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