Emraan Hashmi’s Harami to have world premiere at 25th Busan International Film Festival 2020
Emraan Hashmi’s Harami will now have a world premiere at 25th Busan International Film Festival. The movie is directed by Shyam Madiraju.
Emraan Hashmi who was last seen in the movie “The Body”, is now all set to drop a new movie named, “Harami.” According to new reports, the movie is said to have its world premiere at 25th Busan International Film Festival. The festival takes place in South Korea and is known to introduce new films and first-time directors, especially those from Asian countries. This year the dates of the festival is from 21 to 30th October.
The movie will revolve around Emraan’s character of a pickpocket who works in Mumbai’s local trains and has a small gang. The twist in the story comes up when he faces the daughter of one of his victims who committed suicide after being robbed. The film is said to be helmed by Shyam Madiraju who has directed the international film called Eden (2014). The movie is produced by Mohit Rastogi and Parvesh Kumar Singh under their banner Gobsmack Entertainment.
On the work end, The actor will be seen playing a business tycoon opposite of Amitabh Bachchan‘s role of a lawyer in Rumi Jaffrey’s Chehre. In Sanjay Gupta’s Mumbai Saga he will play the role of a police officer and will later on join to shoot for the remake of the 2017 Malayalam horror thriller Ezra.