Director: Shlok Sharma
Cast: Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Shweta Tripathi, Mohammad Samad
A simple tale of twisted minds and young lives, Haramkhor explores the reprehensible romantic relationship of a teacher and his student. Shyam (Siddiqui) and Sandhya (Tripathi) pursue a highly volatile relationship despite knowing the fact that they would damned. Shyam who is married faces intense moral pressure, but the humo-rous take makes the sub-ject light to watch without taking away the essence.
Director: John Lee Hancock
Cast: Michael Keaton, Nick Offerman
Keaton plays McDonald’s founder Ray Kroc in this American biographical drama. The movie follows Kroc on his journey as he creates the fast food global empire. Keaton has given a magnetic performance as a sleek businessman. Worth a watch for the story behind the famous golden arches.
Director: Sathyan Anthikad
Cast: Dulquer Salmaan, Mukesh and Anupama Parameswaran
This family drama revolves around the lives of a carefree rich youngster Jomon (Salmaan) and his father Vincent (Mukesh). Jomon is a wayward man but when his family lands in financial trouble, people get to see a completely different side of his. The father-son relationship is portrayed beautifully although the movie paces predictably. The songs which move parallel with the story are rightly woven into the script making it a charming family entertainer.
— Team Indulge