Khuda Haafiz: Chapter 2, directed by Faruk Kabir has been released and hit the big screen on July 8, 2022. After initial struggles at the box office, the movie has collected around Rs.6.55 crores as of now. The film stars Shivaleeka Oberoi and Vidyut Jammwal in the lead roles. In case you are planning to watch the movie, we have got a review so that your decision to watch it or not becomes easier to take.
Khuda Haafiz: Chapter 2 Review
Khuda Haafiz: Chapter 2 is the sequel to the 2020 released action drama Khuda Haafiz.The story continues from the previous film in which the female lead Nargis (Shivaleeka Oberoi) gets abducted by flesh traders and is gang-raped in Noamn, later saved by his husband Sameer (Vidyut Jammwal). In the second part, the story continues as Nargis and Sameer are overcoming the trauma. They adopt an orphan and needy child Nandini who also becomes the victim of a similar crime and loses her life. The story deals with a sensitive issue and how a father seeks revenge for his daughter.
- Written & Directed by – Faruk Kabir
- Produced by – Kumar Mangat Pathak, Abhishek Pathak Sneha Bimal Parekh, Ram Mirchandani
- Main leads -Sameer (Vidyut Jammwal) and Nargis (Shivaleeka Oberoi)
- Cinematographer – Jitan Harmeet Singh
- Editor – Sandeep Francis
- Music – Mithoon, Vishal Mishra, Shabbir Ahmed
- Lyrics – Manoj Muntashir, Kaushal Kishore, Vishal Mishra & Faruk Kabir
Action And Drama Blended With Emotions
The saga of revenge, love, and several other emotions continues as the couple’s daughter Nandni is not served justice because the culprit is a grandson of a powerful and influential lady played by Sheeba Chaddha. Like a typical Bollywood plot, a corrupt cop, the killing of the only eye witness, and improper investigation have been added to the storyline. Though the story is a typical action drama, the climax is thrilling. The action sequence is choreographed and executed well. Vidyut’s performance is also worth appreciating. Shivaleeka Oberoi also looks relatable and appealing playing the Nargis. The only fact that bothers the audience is the amount of time her character requires to adopt a child .She decides it all overnight, despite dealing with severe trauma.
If you are someone who is a big fan of typical Bollywood action-packed revenge sagas, this film can be a one-time watch for you.