Khuda Haafiz Movie Review : Vidyut Jammwal finds you and kills you in this entertaining but imperfect thriller
Review of Khuda Haafiz’s films: Vidyut Jammwal is a software engineer who has very special skills in this action thriller directed by Faruk Kabir.
The Women’s Lifesaving Trophy is a must-see in the cinema. Princesses and wives have always been missing, and brave men have climbed mountains and seas in their quest, fighting villains and befriending strangers with hearts of gold along the way. Over time, sleeping princesses became teenage girls and brave princes became fathers with “very special powers”. But deep down, the kind of Taken is not very different from the fairy tales we all grew up with.
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Khuda Haafiz, by Faruk Kabir, is a modernized version. A damsel in distress and our hero travels to the heavens to bring her back. It may be an entertaining film, but it rarely surprises.
It is said that Khuda Haafiz is inspired by real events concerning the search for a man for his wife. Vidyut Jammwal plays Sameer, a software engineer who marries Nargis, Shivaleeka Oberoi’s call center employee. Their happy world breaks up during the 2007-2008 recession and they both lose their jobs, forcing them to look for work abroad.