Updated: August 15, 2020 15:16 IST
Rating : 3.5/5
Sameer Chaudhary (Vidyut Jamwal) marries Nargis (Shivaleeka Oberoi) at a grand wedding and since then, the couple looks forward to spending their entire life together happily. After losing their jobs due to recess, the couple starts looking for jobs and that’s when Nargis applies for a job in a Middle East Country Noman. Sameer also manages to get a job there but their agent tells him that Nargis has to go first because there is a delay in the paperwork for Sameer’s job. After a day, he receives a call from Nargis who sounds terrified. She tells Sameer that she wants to come back home. After that, she never gets to call him, and to find her, Sameer flies to Noman. What are the challenges he faces and how he finds his path to Nargis with the help of taxi driver Usman (Annu Kapoor) forms the crux of the story?
Vidyut Jamwal is the lone soldier of the film who takes the entire film onto his shoulder and runs at a brisk pace by making sure the film doesn’t fall off his shoulders. His performance, stunts, and action is something that keeps you entertained and keep the flow. Annu Kapoor as Usman, who has most of the screen space after Vidyut. He, being a senior actor, has given all the support the film needs and lives up to the expectations. Ahana Kumar, Shiv Panditt, and a lot of other actors, who play supporting roles have performed well.
Directed by Faruk Kabir, Khuda Hafiz is produced by Kumar Mangat Pathak and Abhishek Pathak under Panorama Studios. Faruk has directed the film well. It keeps up the pace, it has good screenplay and performances as well. The plot could have been a little better because international crimes are not so easy to be solved and international criminals are not so easy to get caught. Visuals are really good and the cameraman has to be appreciated. There are many drone shots in this film which are just mind-blowing.
This film is worth a watch this weekend if you are a lover of thriller films.