On a big platform: Three Indian films to premiere at Busan International Film Festival

On a big platform: Three Indian films to premiere at Busan International Film Festival

Poster of A’hr.

The Busan International Film Festival, originally set for early October, will now run from October 21 to 30. Indian films which will premiere at the festival include Emraan Hashmi-starrer Harami, Sanal Kumar Sasidharan’s A’hr and Ananth Narayan Mahadevan’s Bittersweet. Harami is a visually striking street saga set in Mumbai. A’hr revolves around a woman in her forties who goes on a trek to the Himalayan mountains along with a younger man.

A Still from Harami

Bittersweet is about a sugarcane-cutter who stumbles upon a hysterectomy racket. Bittersweet is also nominated for Jiseok Awards at the festival.

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