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Faraaz movie review: Watch Hansal Mehta’s film for some fine performances

Faraaz movie review: Hansal Mehta’s Faraaz is a gut-wrenching tale that would be difficult to watch. It is based on the 2016 Dhaka terror attack, when five armed assassins killed 20 people in Holey Artisan Bakery and held several others hostage. While those killed were mostly foreign nations, hostages included Bangladeshi Muslims too. The film narrates the system’s fight with bigotry.

Faraaz has some stellar performances and it hits hard. Some may find it a bit too gruesome.

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A true friend in need

In the film, Faraaz Ayaaz Hossain (debutant Zahan Kapoor), decides to stand against the hate, without giving in to what the terrorists wanted. He doesn’t run away when the attack takes place leaving behind his two female friends and is shot dead along with them. The scenes inside the cafe are horrifying, difficult to watch.

Faraaz and Nibris (debutant Aditya Rawal attended college together and played football together. The conversations between them tells you how people are brainwashed and people are snuck into religious wars and violence with no remorse. They kill people like insects.

Mehta has handled the subject with extreme sensitivity. The story is tight and keeps you on your toes in most parts. Co-writers Ritesh Shah, Kashyap Kapoor and Raghav Kakkar have done a commendable job. Pratham Mehta’s cinematography captures the violence excellently and retains its shock value.

Steller performances in Faraz

You will be awestruck with some fine performances. Juhi Babbar Soni has done an excellent job as Faraaz’s mother who wants to save her son at any cost. Zahan Kapoor in the titular role is a revelation. He is restrained, has a calmness in his acting.

But it’s Aditya Rawal playing the antagonist who will leave you captivated. As a brutal, brainwashed youth, he mesmerizes with his act.

Music is moving. The soulful lyrics of Musafir Ko Ghar Hi Jaana Hai song is soul stirring. Written and composed by Sameer Rahat, it makes you emotional and you start feeling the pain of those who lost their loved ones in violence. It also gives you hope of better times.

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