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Movie Review: Khuda Haafiz

August 20th, 2020 | by vBollywood Author
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Movie: Khuda Haafiz
Cast: Vidyut Jammwal, Annu Kapoor, Shiv Panditt, Shivaleeka Oberoi, Aahana Kumra
Writer: Faruk Kabir, Zaheer Abass Qureshi
Director: Faruk Kabir
Our rating: 3/5 Stars (Three stars)
Official trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ByYWL1SEe-k

Khuda Haafiz is a picturesque addition to the outstanding cinematography work in the film industry. Vidyut Jammwal starrer is a good watch and un-Vidyut Jammwal movie yet!

The film is 133 minutes long and you do require a break. Sadly, OTT-watching experience is not as thrilling as we tend to pause in-between anyway. We get to see an injured and arrested Sameer Choudhary requesting for help from the Indian Embassy in Oman. The first half of the film explores the plot that is set in 2008. Newlyweds Sameer and Nargis (Shivaleeka Oberoi) are from the millions that are affected by the ‘great recession’ worldwide.

They are affected and get a job in Oman but Nargis is called first for some reason. She lands into difficulty while reaching there, and gets to inform Sameer who’s back in India. After getting the news, Sameer takes the law in his hands because of limited time. Khuda Haafiz is liked by the way how the writers have skillfully used the language barrier to their use. There are many scenes in which Arabic has been spoken in the film and it comes without the subtitles which helps stay with Jammwal’s character. Jitan Harmeet Singh’s camerawork is great, and Satellite Shankar and Bhangra Paa Le continues to entertain in this film. Many experimental camera-angles are seen with some work very well, some do not. The story of the film is not something new, we’ve seen the skeleton of this script many-a-times before. In fact, this is the Baaghi 3 we deserve.

Khuda Haafiz as mentioned in the title, this is Vidyut Jammwal’s film not monotonous for starters. It’s not about action but Vidyut presents the actor in him at its best use. This is till date his best performance as far as the acting a role is concerned. Staying in his character, Vidyut he doesn’t depend much on action to showcase his skills which is a worthy improvement. Annu Kapoor as a local from Oman manages to portray a tough character with ease due to his unmatchable experience. Shiv Panditt is good in his role and Shivaleeka Oberoi is just about fine and gets a very limited space to stay in and showcase. Aahana Kumra performs well-choreographed action sequence which is outstanding for her act.

Khuda Haafiz features Faruk Kabir (Allah Ke Banday fame) that makes am impressive comeback to direction with this one. This film is good with Jammwal doing what he does the best.

Khuda Haafiz released on 14th August, 2020.

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