Is Khuda Haafiz a hit or a flop? The movie is the sequel to Khuda Haafiz, which came out in 2013. The film features Shivaleeka Oberoi as Nargis Chaudhary, who is haunted by the memories of her past life. She is in a relationship with Sameer Chaudhary, who is on the verge of ending it. However, he saves her by adopting a 5 year old girl, Nandini Chaudhary, through a mysterious and heartbreaking incident.
Khuda Haafiz: Chapter II earned Rs. 5.90 crore on its opening day, with the second part opening on Friday. Although the film has received mixed reviews, it has still enjoyed decent footfall. However, it is facing tough competition in the form of Raj Mehta’s Jug Jugg Jeeyo, which released simultaneously on Friday. Varun Dhawan, Kiara Advani, and Anil Kapoor also star in the film.
Khuda Haafiz is a Bollywood movie directed by Karan Johar, and produced by Fox Star Studios. The movie has been rated as a “hit” in some circles. While the film is not a hit, the production team has made a good amount of money from the film. It has managed to collect more than Rs63 crores in box office, despite its budget of Rs24 crore. In addition, it has also got bumper openings on the OTT platform and is being marketed on television.
A sequel to Khuda Haafiz is already being made and is scheduled for release on Disney+’s Hotstar service. The sequel will follow the love story between the lead characters and will be directed by Faruk Kabir. In the meantime, we’ll have to wait until 14 August 2020 to see if Khuda Haafiz has made a mark in the Indian film industry.
Despite Khuda Haafiz’s long run time, there’s a fair amount of controversy surrounding it. The film is set in Lucknow, where the protagonists are newly married to an affluent family. Their lives are threatened when the wife goes missing. The film stars Vidyut and Nargis Oberoi in their late 40’s, and has a surprisingly heartwarming premise.
The movie also stars Bollywood star Vidyut Jammwal. Jammwal has appeared in a number of Bollywood movies, and the film’s star cast was also spotted with the actress. She shared pictures of herself and Vidyut at an unknown location. In the film, Rahma Sadau and Vidyut are seen kissing and holding hands, and the film’s title, Khuda Haafiz, which means ‘God protects you’, is a flop.