Allah Ke Banday movie review: Based on youthful crime.

Allah Ke Banday The latest movie of the month  Allah Ke Banday, which is  based on youthful crime, stars Naseeruddin Shah, Sharman Joshi and Faruk Kabir in lead roles. The film, which was scheduled to release on the 22nd of October, has now been pressed to the 12th of November.

“Allah Ke Banday” undertakes the subject of youthful kids pleasing to crime and in turn causes danger to the country’s outlook. The film stars Sharman Joshi in a key role.

Production controller Faruk Kabir’s “Allah Ke Banday,” got death fear while they were shooting in Trombay, a northeastern suburb in Mumbai. An important part of the film was shot in Trombay at the Cheeta Camp area.

Although, difficulty began when this didn’t go well with a persuaded section of people and the production controller started getting death threat calls and faced major verbal abuse.

Director Kabir initially knew nothing about the incident but after sensing the pressure in his team members, he directly enquired. That’s when the team members came clean about the threats,” as per sources.

Still, an attempt hasn’t been made to worship this life. “The film has it’s bearings in this energetic, violent and nervous approach of theirs rather than option and choosing dark moments that overpower such life,” Faruk has the final word here. Allah Ke Banday is a dark film or a white film for the public will decide on 12th November.

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