By | September 20, 2022

Actor Vidyut Jammwal shared a narrative on social media for a similar

Vidyut Jammwal

Did we savour an action-packed thriller with Khuda Haafiz? Effectively, ace director Faruk Kabir gave us one other deal with with the sequel to the thriller Khuda Haafiz: Chapter 2- Agni Pariksha. Taking the tormented lives of Sameer (Vidyut Jammwal) and Nargis (Sheevalika Oberoi) forward, the sequel undoubtedly doubles the fun and motion. It revolves across the duo preventing the demons of their previous however quickly beginning to heal after they undertake a lady. Life takes a flip when their daughter is kidnapped and killed. 

The movie had began streaming on the OTT platform Zee 5 and with a lot a lot appreciation the thriller had been gaining after its theatrical launch, it lately crossed a whopping 100 million+ viewing minutes on the platform. Actor Vidyut Jammwal shared a narrative on social media for a similar and he’s certain a proud man proper now. 

The movie showcased the director’s expertise in filming the motion sequences with out shedding their authenticity and giving an much more gripping watch after the movie’s first half. Actor Vidyut Jammwal’s poised character-play turns into the spotlight of the movie and his managed supply of motion aptly works for the layman character within the movie. 

When requested concerning the movie’s latest success on the OTT platform, the actor expressed  “I really feel comfortable that the movie is being liked a lot. It feels that our arduous work has paid off. Faruk and I’ve put all our soul into this movie and I’m extraordinarily comfortable that the viewers is appreciating it increasingly more.”

“I bear in mind the instances of shoot after I and Vidyut needed to shoot the motion scenes ourselves for the movie’s climax in Egypt. It feels nice to see that each effort you place in turns into value it. The movie has been receiving a whole lot of love from the viewers and I’m very grateful” – expressed director Faruk Kabir on the movie’s success.

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