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indi Medium From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Hindi Medium (film)) Jump to navigationJump to search This article is about the film. For medium of instruction, see Hindi medium. Hindi Medium Two persons dressed in two different styles. Theatrical release poster Directed by Saket Chaudhary Written by Saket Chaudhary Zeenat Lakhani Amitosh Nagpal (Dialogues) Produced by Dinesh Vijan Bhushan Kumar Starring Irrfan Khan Saba Qamar Deepak Dobriyal Amrita Singh Cinematography Laxman Utekar Edited by A. Sreekar Prasad Music by Songs: Sachin–Jigar Guru Randhawa Score: Amar Mohile Production companies Maddock Films T-Series Distributed by AA Films (India) Zee Studios (Overseas) Release date 19 May 2017 (India) Running time 132 minutes Country India Language Hindi Budget ?14 crore Box office est. ?322.4 crore Hindi Medium is a 2017 Indian Hindi-language comedy-drama film written and directed by Saket Chaudhary. It was produced by Dinesh Vijan and Bhushan Kumar under their respective banners Maddock Films and T-Series. The film features Irrfan Khan and Saba Qamar in the lead roles, with Deepak Dobriyal and Dishita Sehgal in supporting roles. Set in Delhi, the plot centres on a couple's struggle to get their daughter admitted to a prestigious English-medium school in order to rise in society. The idea for the film was created by Chaudhary and his co-writer Zeenat Lakhani during the development of his previous film Shaadi Ke Side Effects (2014). The film was shot in Chandni Chowk, Anand Lok, Karol Bagh, and Sangam Vihar. The film's soundtrack album was composed by the duo Sachin–Jigar, with lyrics by Priya Saraiya and Kumaar. The score was composed by Amar Mohile. Laxman Utekar was the cinematographer, and A. Sreekar Prasad edited the film. Made on a production budget of ?14 crore, Hindi Medium released on 19 May 2017, and received a generally positive reception from the critics, with particular praise for Khan's and Qamar's performances. The film grossed ?3.22 billion (US$43 million) at the worldwide box office (mostly from China), making it the 20th highest-grossing Indian film at the time. At the 63rd Filmfare Awards, it won Best Film, and Best Actor for Khan. Due to the success of the film, a spiritual successor, Angrezi Medium, went into development, and was released theatrically on 13 March 202