Film: Khuda Haafiz
Starring: Vidyut Jammwal, Shivaleeka Oberoi, Shiv Panditt, Annu Kapoor, Aahana Kumra
Director: Faruk Kabir
By Yogesh Mishra
Khuda Haafiz is a fine blend of action and emotion. Once again Vidyut has proved himself as one of the finest action hero of Bollywood. Actress Aahana Kumra is another attraction in the film. She has impressed the audience with her mind-blowing performance.
Story revolves around Sameer Chaudhary (Vidyut Jammwal) who lost his job during recession period in 2008. During same time he got married with a Muslim girl Nargis (Shivaleeka Oberoi) who also lost her job in the same period. Due to job crunch in the country they decided to go to abroad for a job. A local placement consultant arranged a placement for both in Oman. Both planned to go to Oman together but Nargis got her appointment letter before Sameer so she had no choice but to go to Oman alone. Because of the conspiracy in her appointment abroad she caught in a big racket of a pint there in Oman and badly stuck there in the trap. Now Sameer goes to save his wife in Oman. To know whether Sameer could save his wife or not, one must see this film. The climax is the real crux of the story.
High end locations are used in the film. This is actually the big screen movie but due to lockdown situation in the country this is released on OTT platform. So, now audience are bound to see it on a small screen like mobile or computer only.
The melodious music of Amar Mohile is mind-blowing. It touches heart of the audience.
Normally it is beleived that Vidyut Jammwal means action, action and only action. It seems that this time the talents of this action hero is under-utilised. Comparatively, less fight scenes and action sequences are used on Vidyut. Perhaps, storyline had a lesser scope of actions scenes. The pretty look of actress Shivaleeka Oberoi impresses the audience. She has perfectly played the character of a newly married bride Nargis. She has justified this role with her nice performance.
The remarkable performance of actor Annu Kapoor can be seen in the film. Apart from lead actors, other actors have also justified their roles in the film.
Overall, this is an above average movie. Good to see at least once.
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