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Khuda Haafiz Hindi Full Movie Review

Khuda Haafiz Movie Review: Vidyut Jammwal’s Earnest Act Stops You From Bidding Goodbye To The Film

Star Cast: Vidyut Jamwal, Shivaleeka Oberoi, Annu Kapoor, Shiv Pandit, Aahana Kumra Director: Faruk Kabir Available on: Disney+ Hotstar
“Job hote hue bhi aisa lag raha ki lagatar apply kar rahi,” says Nargis (Shivaleeka Oberoi) while expressing her nervousness during an arranged marriage meeting. To this, her suitor Sameer (Vidyut Jammwal) quips, “Mujhe bhi, thank god, matlab dono mein kuch toh common hai.” Vidyut Jammwal who is known more for using his fists, sheds his ‘Commando’ avatar to play a common man in Faruk Kabir’s romantic thriller Khuda Haafiz. What’s Yay: Vidyut Jammwal, Action sequences, Stunning locations in Uzbekistan, Music What’s Nay: No ‘thrills’ in the story

Plot Khuda Haafiz opens with a matchmaking scene, in which ‘computer ka doctor’ Sameer (Vidyut Jammwal) and Nargis (Shivaleeka Oberoi) are introduced to each other by their parents. Post some ‘akele mein baat-cheet’ and a forgettable song, the duo get married. However, the newlyweds’ world comes crashing down when they lose their jobs as a result of the 2008 global recession. The couple decides to take up a job in Noman, a fictional middle-eastern country on being told that “Noman ke tel ke saamne recession bhi pani nahin mangta.” Nargis’ job application gets accepted first, and she immediately leaves for the foreign land, hoping that her hubby would join her soon. However, a day later, Sameer receives an SOS call from Nargis, informing him that she has been abducted and is being ill-treated by unknown people. The next thing we know is, our hero lands up in Noman in search of his missing wife. With no immediate help from the Noman police and the Indian embassy, Sameer decides to take up the matter in his own hands with the help of a kind cabbie (Annu Kapoor). He is soon assisted by the local lawmakers (Shiv Panditt and Aahana Kumra), only to come across a shocking discovery.

Direction Faruk Kabir’s story about a good guy’s fight against a gang of flesh-traders had the potential to be an engaging watch. Sadly, his done-to-death treatment to the film plays the main villain here. One can smell the twists and turns in the plot from a distance. Despite being tagged as a romantic thriller, Khuda Haafiz has very few thrills to offer. Minus Vidyut Jammwal, the film goes for a toss.

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