Emraan Hashmi's 'Harami' to Premiere at Busan International Film Festival

Emraan Hashmi's next movie 'Harami: The Bastard' is all set to premiere worldwide at the Busan International Film Festival. The upcoming flick is all set to premiere at the 25th Busan International Film Festival which is scheduled to be held in South Korea. The International Film Festival is all set to be held the month of October, 2020 from 21 October onwards till 30 October. Harami, helmed by international movie 'Eden' fame Shyam Madiraju is an Indo-American production with Bollywood actor Emraan Hashmi in the prominent role. Along with the enthralling information, a poster of the movie featuring Emraan Hashmi's look in Harami was also revealed. Emraan can be seen standing in what looks like an apartment donning a plain shirt, thick black glasses and an expensive looking, gold chain on his neck. Emraan's avatar in Harami has fans glued as the actor has his hair grown longer, reaching the actor's neck. Emraan appears aged looking, eyes fixated as if he is lost in a deep thought. 

As per reports, the movie is based on the life of an orphan teenager who is in the bad habit of pickpocketing while working in local trains of Mumbai. However, the life of the teenager reportedly takes a different turn after he comes to terms with a girl and realises that her father had allegedly taken his own life after his belongings had been robbed by him. Harami has been directed by Shyam Madiraju and is bankrolled under Mohit Rastogi and Parvesh Kumar Singh's production house Gobsmack Entertainment. The release of the movie at the International Film Festival has been a news of pride and delight for the entire team of Harami as well as the fans.