Hebden Bridge Film Festival March 2021

HARAMI - UK PREMIERE

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Sixteen-year-old orphan Pachpan is a skilled pickpocket in a group of orphan pickpockets in a train station in Mumbai. Called by numbers rather than names, the boys have been abandoned by their parents to the merciless Sagar Bhai and raised as pickpockets. One day, Pachpan steals a wallet loaded with money. When he visits the home of the wallet's owner at the address found on an ID card, he begins to feel guilty about the unexpected events caused by his crime. Orphans are the main characters of Harami, but so is Mumbai, a relentless and demanding city. Against the backdrop of this chaotic city unravels a story of crime, punishment, atonement and salvation.

  • Year
    2020
  • Runtime
    100 minutes
  • Language
    Hindi, English
  • Country
    United States
  • Premiere
    24 October 2020 (Busan International Film Festival)
  • Director
    Shyam Madiraju
  • Screenwriter
    Shyam Madiraju, Shahin Khosravan
  • Producer
    Gavin Lurie
  • Executive Producer
    Paul Feig
  • Co-Producer
    Pooja Chauhan
  • Cast
    Emraan Hashmi, Rizwan Shaikh, Dhanshree Patil, Harsh Rajendra Rane, Diksha Nisha, Ashutosh Gaikwad, Sarthak Dusane, Machindra Gadkar
  • Cinematographer
    Matt Batchelor, Lasse Ulvedal Tolbøll
  • Editor
    Naveen Reddy
  • Composer
    Prateek Rajagopal
  • Music
    Antonio Sanchez