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    Khuda Haafiz Chapter 2 Agni Pariksha Movie Review: A compelling action drama is produced by Vidyut Jammwal

    Khuda Haafiz Chapter 2 Agni Pariksha is Written and directed by Faruk Kabir, Vidyut Jammwal is in film the sequel to the 2020 movie Khuda Haafiz.

    Khuda Haafiz Chapter 2 Agni Pariksha Cast: Vidyut Jammwal, Shivaleeka Oberoi, Dibyendu Bhattacharya , Sheeba Chaddha, and Rajesh Tailang.

    Director: Faruk Kabir

    Where to watch: Movie Theatres

    Movie Review:

    Faruk Kabir, the franchise’s writer-director, creates a riveting action story that doesn’t shy away from socio-political realities—a significant advance over the first instalment of the series. Khuda Haafiz 2 – Agni Pariksha, which is mostly set in Lucknow, functions as a convincing work of pulp fiction that is sold at mofussil railway stations in the hinterland.

    Software developer Sameer Chaudhary (Vidyut Jammwal), whose wife Nargis (Shivaleeka Oberoi) had been suddenly abducted by drug lords in a fictional sultanate in West Asia, brought her home in the first act. As Nargis battles the psychological scars of the physical torment she had endured as a captive, the pair fights to navigate their relationship at the beginning of the sequel.

    After Noman’s accident, Sameer and Nargis are attempting to bring their lives back together. Despite their best efforts, the couple’s hopes for the future are not coming true, but then Nandini, an orphan girl, shows up and proves to be a blessing in disguise for them.

    As Nargis gradually recovers from her trauma and focuses her love and energy on Nandini, Sameer, a proud parent, discovers himself relaxing into a regular schedule. Up until a tragic event occurs when Thakur Ji’s (Sheeba Chaddha) son and his buddy abduct Nandini and another schoolgirl, who is then brutally raped and dies.

    Nargis, who is unable to cope with the loss of her daughter, departs from Sameer and threatens to stay away until he holds those accountable for her daughter’s passing accountable.

    Dibyendu Bhattacharya and Sheeba Chaddha are seasoned actors who consistently impress with their subtle performances, but Rajesh Tailang’s character is the major surprise because it appears to be a parody of reporter Ravish Kumar. Shivaleeka has put a lot of effort into improving her acting, and she excels.

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