Actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s ‘Haraamkhor’ received recognisation in internationally, but in India the film faced many hurdles. Now, the film is all set to release, but before it celebrities has something wonderful to say. Actors Kalki Koechlin and Vicky Kaushal who was present at the special screening of ‘Haraamkhor’ yesterday praised the film.
Kalki not only applauded the performances but also stated the flick had a powerful story.
Kalki said: "I've seen an early cut of the film two, three years ago. I loved the film. I am excited to see the final product. I am very proud of (director) Shlok Sharma that, finally, he got the film out. He is a good friend of many years, so I am very happy for him.
"It is a very powerful story and both Shweta and Nawazuddin have done an outstanding job."
Vicky, who featured with Shweta in "Masaan", said: "To some extent, I am also part of the journey of this film. Shlok (Sharma), Nawaz bhai, Shweta are all my close friends. I am aware of all the hardships the film had to face. Ultimately, the film is going to release. I feel very happy for the entire team."
The crowd-funded film about a student-teacher romance faced hurdles with the censor board. It is releasing on Friday after getting a green signal from the Film Certification Appellate Tribunal.
The movie had won the Silver Gateway of India trophy at the 17th Edition of the MAMI film festival.
(With IANS Inputs)