Haraamkhor Movie Review – The film is directed by Shlok Sharma and produced by Guneet Monga, Anurag Kashyap, Feroze Alameer, and shylok. The film features Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Shweta Tripathi.
So, let’s have a look at the Haraamkhor movie review by all critics like Rajeev Masand, Taran Adarsh, Komal Nahata, Anupama Chopra, Raja Sen, and Kamal R Khan at one place here given below.
Haraamkhor Movie Review
1.) Rating: 3/5. Review by Rajeev Masand on CNN News 18
These hiccups notwithstanding, the film benefits enormously from the convincing performances at its heart. Shweta Tripathi is in good form as the confused, ignored young teenager who can’t help making all the wrong choices, and young ‘uns Irrfan Khan and particularly Mohammed Samad provide non-stop laughs as Kamal and Mintu respectively. But it’s Nawazuddin Siddiqui whose brilliant, mostly understated portrayal of a violent predator is the film’s biggest strength. A scene in which he’s begging his wife not to leave him while trying to put on his trousers at the same time is one of the film’s best bits and a testament to his incredible talent.
2.) Rating:3/5. Review by Anupama Chopra on Hindustan Times
There are two other memorable characters here — Kamal, a young boy who is in love with Sandhya, and his best friend Mintu, who tries to unite the two. Kamal and Mintu, played by Irfan Khan and Mohammad Samad, have a lovely exuberance. They inject sparkle into this grim tale.
3.) Rating: 3/5. Review by Saibal Chatterjee on NDTV Movies
The film unfolds through the eyes of two prepubescent boys Kamal and his notorious friend Mintu. Kamal loves Sandhya and Mintu suggests bizarre ways to help Kamal woo the girl. The two rightly suspect that something’s brewing between Sandhya and Shyam and thus end up following the two everywhere.
4.) Rating: 2/5. Review by Shubhra Gupta on Indian Express
Overall, despite some strong moments, the film suffers from slightness and disjointedness: did the censorship process snip off more than we could chew? Was there more? A second film from the clearly talented Sharma will give us a clue.
5.) Rating: 3/5. Review by Renuka Vyavahare on TOI
What shines in this otherwise bold but ambiguous film are the performances and Mukesh Chhabra’s impeccable casting, especially when it comes to the young boys. Shweta Tripathi stuns you as a 31-year-old, playing a 14 something with her understated portrayal. Nawazuddin Siddiqui once again proves why he is considered to be one of the finest actors of today. He is effortlessly flawless and evokes diverse emotions like anger, disdain and laughter with an easy nonchalance.