“Hamid” a story of friendship of an eight-year-old Kashmiri boy and a CRPF jawan in a conflict-ridden Kashmir, says the film 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 said in a statement.
The story begins when eight-year-old Hamid get informed about his missing father that he has gone to Allah. Hamid learns that the number 786 is God’s number and he was desperate to contact God . Using his father’s old mobile phone and after various combinations he manages to connect to Abhay, a CRPF jawan and thinks he is the God whom he was looking for. Hamid and Abhay — residing at two opposite poles and divided by politics and bound by a sense of loss unknowingly and unintentionally — find a way to complete each other’s life against the violence in Kashmir.
Siddharth Anand Kumar, Vice President TV and Films Saregama and Yoodlee Films says the film reveals the most complex and controversial topic in simple eyes and innocent mind of a young boy.
Here is the Trailer of the Movie:
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