The much-awaited trailer of Emraan Hashmi's upcoming film 'Harami: The Bastard' is finally out of the bag and it would not be wrong to say that the trailer is mind-blowing and promising, garnering widespread appreciation, acclamation as well as anticipation of its final release. The Indo-American movie is all set to release worldwide at the 25th Busan International Film Festival scheduled to be held in South Korea, from 21st October onwards till 30th October, 2020. The trailer beautifully showcases sweet as well as bitter aspects of human life amid the desire of survival for a better life. Harami's trailer transports viewers to the lives of helpless and vulnerable children residing at the slums of Mumbai, indulging in a life that is not just illegal and wrong but dangerous. The two minutes and twenty-six seconds long trailer gives the curious audience a sneak peek into the story, loosely revealing the story: a group of children working as pick pockets at the railway stations of Mumbai on orders from their ruthless, unsparing criminal leader, essayed by Emraan Hashmi. The movie takes an interesting twist after one child, the leader of the pick pockets gang comes to terms with his emotional and sensitive side after falling in love.
Harami: The Bastard is scheduled to premiere worldwide at the Busan International Film festival on 25th October, 2020. The film is helmed by Shyam Madiraju and produced by Mohit Rastogi and Parvesh Kumar Singh's production banner Gobsmack Entertainment along with Emraan Hashmi Films and US based producers. The movie features Emraan Hashmi portraying the role of a crime daddy, Dhanashree Patil portraying the role of the leader of the pick pocket gang, Uma portraying Dhanashree's lover, Rizwan Shaikh, Yash Kamble, Starr Liu, Adil Khan and others. Makers have described Harami as a movie that is hard-hitting and striking as it entails the story of crime, hope, love and betrayal amid the chaotic slums of India's city of dreams, Mumbai.