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Haraamkhor (2015)

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A selfish, manipulative schoolteacher takes advantage of a schoolgirl's vulnerability to gratify his dark, narcissistic desires.


Shlok Sharma


Shlok Sharma
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Cast overview:
Nawazuddin Siddiqui ... Shyam Tekchand
Shweta Tripathi ... Sandhya
Trimala Adhikari ... Sunita
Mohammad Samad Mohammad Samad ... Mintu (as Mohd Samad)
Irfan Khan ... Kamal
Harish Khanna ... Raghuvir / Sandhya's Father
Shreya Shah Shreya Shah ... Neelu


Shyam is a school teacher in a village. He is married to his ex-student. Sandhya, and her best friends Mintu and Kamal are some of his students. Sandhya's mom abandoned her as a child and her father, Raghuvir- a police inspector has started dating someone new, but was waiting for the right time to tell her. Kamal has a crush on Sandhya but she desires her teacher. They meet in secret and start having an affair and have sex. One month later, she reveals that she hasn't gotten her period, so they make a secret trip to the city. At the woman's clinic, Sandhya is recognized by her father's girlfriend, who keeps her secret. Sandhya is not pregnant. When they return to the village, Shyam tells Sandhya that they should stop seeing each other and keep their relationship strictly a student-teacher one. But rumors reveal their secret anyway.

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The Pune police had registered a case against filmmaker Shlok Sharma following a complaint by Balbharati, Maharashtra's textbook bureau, objecting to striking similarities between its logo and promotion scenes from Sharma's Haramkhor. See more »


References Maqbool (2003) See more »


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"In a small Gujarati town, a school teacher has more than an academic interest in one of his female students." Is it ?
13 January 2017 | by rupanshukauldharSee all my reviews

Finally!!! This film got released; though, it has been released in a select few screens . 'Haramkhor' have an ambiguous start, an uneasy yet beautifully shot interval and an unexpected end. What is it about ? "In a small Gujarati town, a school teacher has more than an academic interest in one of his female students". Trust me, it is more complex than this and i won't spoil it. This film can be seen from the eyes and actions of characters. Characters are well written and played even better. Even small character as 'shaktiman' is well build. +1 for the character development because a few people can achieve that.

Shweta Tripahti - A big applaud for her. I never expected that she(actually anyone) could to do justice to the character. She is the big thing here, people. The issues her character is going and how she reacts to it reflects more about the real struggles(i won't spoil) of women( or young girls) in this country.

Nawaz - Honestly, most of the film collection(box office) is dependent upon him. He is superstar for independent film and his timing is perfect. Watch out for his humor to keep smile on your faces but soon you will realize why film is called 'HARAMKHOR'.

Irfan khan AND Mohd samad - They bliss this film with innocence and immaturity. A naive journey for love and brotherhood. They are undoubtedly one of the reason why this film is beautiful. I guess, they make casual audience feel more comfortable.

As a movie - The most important aspect of the film is how different things are falling in the places. The flaws that them more real.

As a motive - I cannot even begin to think how hard it was for the director put pieces in the places. Reasons being how sensitive our country is and how taboo is the topic. Kudos to Shlok Sharma for putting the thought and effort for putting forward the motive. It was definitely worth it!

Lastly, I have seen the censored version. I might have missed out some scenes.

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13 January 2017 (India) See more »

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