‘Hamid’ talks about innocence in strife-torn Kashmir: Director

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‘Hamid’ talks about innocence in strife-torn Kashmir: Director



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Mumbai, Oct 11 “Hamid”, a poignant story of an eight-year-old Kashmiri boy and a CRPF jawan, seems on the innocence that exists amid conflict-ridden Kashmir, says the movie’s director Aijaz Khan.

“‘Hamid’ is a beautiful story created with a lot of heart. In its very core it talks about the innocence that prevails in strife ridden Kashmir and how it can transform the most hardened and distraught of lives. I am excited to present the trailer of ‘Hamid’ ahead of its world premiere at the 20th Jio MAMI Mumbai film festival,” Khan mentioned in a press release.

The Yoodlee Films film, whose trailer got here out on Thursday, has been shortlisted for the Oxfam Best Film on Gender Equality at MAMI 2018.

Its narrative surrounds eight-year-old Hamid who’s in search of his lacking father, who his mom says has gone to Allah. The quantity 786, Hamid learns, is God’s quantity and he decides to try to attain out to Him.

Using his father’s previous cell phone, after numerous mixtures, he manages to connect with Abhay, a hard-knuckled CRPF jawan, who he believes, is the God he’s in search of. Hamid and Abhay — torn aside by politics and certain by a way of loss, unknowingly and unintentionally — discover a option to full one another’s life, in opposition to the rampant violence in Kashmir.

Siddharth Anand Kumar, Vice President, TV and Films, Saregama and Yoodlee Films, says the movie touches upon matters most advanced via the easy eyes and harmless thoughts of a younger boy.

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Mumbai, Oct 11 “Hamid”, a poignant story of an eight-year-old Kashmiri boy and a CRPF jawan, seems on the innocence that exists amid conflict-ridden Kashmir, says the movie’s director Aijaz Khan.

“‘Hamid’ is a beautiful story created with a lot of heart. In its very core it talks about the innocence that prevails in strife ridden Kashmir and how it can transform the most hardened and distraught of lives. I am excited to present the trailer of ‘Hamid’ ahead of its world premiere at the 20th Jio MAMI Mumbai film festival,” Khan mentioned in a press release.

The Yoodlee Films film, whose trailer got here out on Thursday, has been shortlisted for the Oxfam Best Film on Gender Equality at MAMI 2018.

Its narrative surrounds eight-year-old Hamid who’s in search of his lacking father, who his mom says has gone to Allah. The quantity 786, Hamid learns, is God’s quantity and he decides to try to attain out to Him.

Using his father’s previous cell phone, after numerous mixtures, he manages to connect with Abhay, a hard-knuckled CRPF jawan, who he believes, is the God he’s in search of. Hamid and Abhay — torn aside by politics and certain by a way of loss, unknowingly and unintentionally — discover a option to full one another’s life, in opposition to the rampant violence in Kashmir.

Siddharth Anand Kumar, Vice President, TV and Films, Saregama and Yoodlee Films, says the movie touches upon matters most advanced via the easy eyes and harmless thoughts of a younger boy.

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