Namak Haraam
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Namak Haraam
This Indian film is not quite a musical comedy, neither is it a straightforward lament about the oppression of the working classes. Somehow, it manages to be both. When the middle-class friend of a rich factory owner's son impersonates a factory worker, he begins to see things from the workers' point of view. ~ Clarke Fountain, Rovi