Khuda Haafiz Hindi Movie

Khuda Haafiz is a Hindi-language romantic action thriller film directed by Faruk Kabir and produced by Kumar Mangat Pathak and Abhishek Pathak ji. There are quite real incidents in this film, while Vidyut Jammwal and Shivaleeka Oberoi have also featured in lead roles in this film.

Khuda Haafiz Hindi Movie Official Trailer:

Khuda Haafiz Hindi Movie Cast & Crew:

  • Banner
    • Panorama Studios
  • Status
    • Released
  • Release Date
    • 14 August, 2020
  • Genre
    • Action
    • Romance
    • Thriller
  • Producer
    • Kumar Mangat Pathak
    • Abhishek Pathak
  • Star Cast
    • Vidyut Jammwal … Sameer Chaudhary
    • Shivaleeka Oberoi … Nargis Choudhary
    • Aahana Kumra … Tamena Hamid
    • Annu Kapoor … Usman Ali Murad
    • Shiv Pandit … Faiz Abu Malik
    • Shahnawaz Pradhan … Suraj Chaudhary
    • Gargi Patel … Nandini Chaudhary
    • Suparna Marwah … Nagma Rajput
    • Mohit Chouhan … Harsh Rajput
    • Vipin Sharma … Agent Nadeem
    • Yasir Khan … Junaid
    • Ikhlaque Khan … I.K Mishra
    • Ajit Shidhaye … Asst Commissioner
    • Rio Kapadia … Commissioner Ghazi
    • Nawab Shah … Itzak Regeni
    • Anvar Kartaev … Kakkan Rabbani
    • Gowhar Khan … Pimp at Dar Jamal (Green Eyed Pimp)
    • Arradhya Maan … Employee 1
    • Atif … Employee 2
    • Asrar Khan … Police officer (LKO)
    • Vipin Kumar Singh … Junior officer (LKO)
    • Vineet Kumar Gautam … Pandit
    • Sofiya Khan … Nethra
    • Tamara Mirmahsudova … Usman’s wife
    • Shokhsanam Khanna … Usman’s kid (girl)
    • Rizwan Khanna … Usman’s kid (boy)
  • Writer
    • Faruk Kabir
  • Background Music
    • Amar Mohile
  • Costume Designer
    • Divya Gambhir
    • Nidhi Gambhir
  • Publicity PRO
    • Universal Communications
    • Parag Desai
  • Censor Details:
    • Censor Dates
      • Not Available.
    • Censor Certificate No
      • Not Available.
    • Runtime
      • Not Available.
    • Certification
      • Not Available.
  • Co-Producer
    • Sanjeev Joshi
    • Aditya Chowksey
  • Music Director
    • Mithoon
  • Language
    • Hindi
  • Director
    • Faruk Kabir
  • Lyricist
    • Sayeed Quadri
    • Mithoon
  • Editor
    • Sandeep Francis
  • Cinematographer
    • Jitan Harmeet Singh
  • Publicity Design
    • Brain On Rent
  • Visual Effects
    • Prime Focus Ltd.
    • NY Vfxwaala
  • Shooting Location(City & Country)
    • Kerala
    • Morocco
  • Sound
    • Shahaab Alam
  • Music Company
    • Zee Music Company
  • Production Designer
    • Bijon Das Gupta
    • Ranjit Singh
    • Prerna Katuria
  • Casting Director
    • Apurva Singh Rathore
  • Action Director
    • Ivanov Victor
    • Andreas Nguyen
  • Art Director
    • Pulat Rakhmatillaev
  • Executive Producer
    • Vikas Mehta
  • Playback Singers
    • Mithoon
    • Vishal Mishra
    • Asees Kaur
    • Vishal Dadlani
    • Sonu Nigam
    • Javed Ali
    • Armaan Malik

Khuda Haafiz Movie Review:

Sameer (Vidyut Jammwal) and Nargis Choudhary (Shivaleeka Oberoi) are newly married but fate would take the wife to a country called Noman where she gets kidnapped. She, somehow, manages to make one last call to Sameer, who sets out in her pursuit.

As Jammwal fans would like, he readily begins throwing punches around without thinking much of the consequences. It’s not a bad decision on director Faruk Kabir’s part because Jammwal is really good at it. In fact, it’s tough to beat his energy in hand to hand combat scenes, like we have seen in the Commando series. However, Khuda Hafiz has enough stress on romance between the lead pair and that is where he is abandoned by his colleagues.

The plot of Khuda Haafiz – missing wife in a foreign land – sounds exciting on paper. We have seen a similar plotline in Liam Neeson’s 2008 film, Taken, where we saw Liam make inroads in the underworld to find his missing daughter. Faruk Kabir’s film, however, isn’t as sharply written as the Hollywood blockbuster. Right after quickly setting its premise, the film slows down, only to gain pace in the end.

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