Emraan Hashmi’s Indo-American feature Harami has been selected in the main competition section (New Horizons) of the Busan International Film Festival 2020. The film is an Indo-American production written and directed by Shyam Madiraju. Emraan Hashmi’s Indo-American feature Harami is described as a ‘visually striking  as well as hard-hitting, a saga of youth crime and broken destinies, love, and redemption, played out against the vibrant backdrop of chaotic and relentless Mumbai.’

 

Busan and Venice are the only two premier festivals being held physically this year. The festival will run from October 21 to 30 and screen 194 films. Harami is the only Indian film to be selected for this year’s main competition. All 194 films selected this year for the festival will all be screened physically in theaters.

Producers on the film include Pravesh Kumar Rajput and Brent Maddock. The Executive Producers are Paul Feig and Sunny Khanna.

 

The synopsis of the film reads, “An orphan teenage pickpocket working the trains of Mumbai along with his gang, embarks on a life-altering journey when faced by the daughter of one of his victims who’s committed suicide after being robbed”.

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