Khuda Haafiz Chapter 2 came with zero expectations but is definitely a surprise for the audience. Known for his action, Vidyut Jammwal is back with another chapter of his 2020 film, Khuda Haafiz. With so many movies getting sequels, they don’t live up to the audience’s expectations, but this one was a good surprise. The film might not be the best compared to other action movies but it gives the audience a solid thrilling experience.
Chapter 2 Cast
Starring Vidyut Jammwal (Sameer Chaudhary) and Shivaleeka Oberoi (Nargis Rajput) in the lead, the film also features Sheeba Chaddha, Rajesh Tailang, Farabi Md Refat, and many more.
The film is directed and written by Faruk Kabir, and is co-produced by Aditya Chowksey, Husaini Hasnain, and Sanjeev Joshi.
Khuda Haafiz 2 picks up from Nargis still being tormented by her past and Sameer trying to make her life a little simpler by doing everything in his power. He adopts Nandini, a little girl who lost her family in an accident in hopes that the couple would be able to be happy again with her presence. As they are approaching closer to being a happy family, another tragedy takes place. This time Nandini gets kidnapped along with another girl from the school.
The story explores the struggles and anger of a father who breaks hell in order to avenge the tragedy his family suffered.
With such a complex storyline, Khuda Haafiz Chapter 2 is thrilling and emotional. The movie sometimes makes you feel angry and sometimes is a tear-jerker. The story points out some of the important issues of our society like the rape of juvenile kids, abduction, and most important the misuse of authority in power.
The film does not start with the typical action sequences, it makes the audience feel connected with the characters and their stories. And when the action starts, it’s in the rawest form with some ferocious scenes. The cinematographer, Jitan Harmeet Singh, does a commendable job at capturing some of the best action shots.
With some really powerful dialogues, Jammwal has done a great job at portraying the character of a common man who fights against the system for the sake of his family and for something as grotesque as the tragedy which followed them. The character questions the law and order and the misuse that authority in power exercises in the case of criminals.
Sheeba Chaddha who plays the role of Thakurji, the villain, does a brilliant job when it comes to acting. She acts as a strong individual who shines throughout the film. As a female antagonist, which is very uncommon in Bollywood, she has managed to break a lot of stereotypes about female roles in movies.
The movie is definitely a surprise for people who had no expectations for the film. It might not live up to a lot of expectations of the audience, especially the action lovers, but it manages to do a decent job. It talks about the struggles of a common man in a world where everything is controlled by money. As for the execution of the Khuda Hafiz: Chapter 2, there is no doubt that it could have been done a little better.