Director Hansal Mehta on Wednesday introduced his upcoming movie, starring newcomers Aditya Rawal and Zahan Kapoor, is titled Faraaz. The group revealed the title by a movement poster, giving a glimpse of the plot.
The 23-second-long video begins with a bomb blast at a restaurant. Towards the top, the voiceover says, “Insaan jab mazhab ke naam pe maarega na, woh mazhab ko maarega (A person will kill religion if he kills in the name of religion).” The beautiful graphics and the background rating paint a gritty image.
भाई हंसल जब शाहिद देखी थी सोचा था इतनी अच्छी फ़िल्म कैसे बनाई जाती है। “फ़राज़” के बहाने कुछ हुनर चुरा रहा हूँ। Friends, honoured and privileged to be working with my mates @mehtahansal and #BhushanKumar Bless the younger children @zahankapoor @adityarawal1 pic.twitter.com/fLPa018MeO
— Anubhav Sinha (@anubhavsinha) August 4, 2021
Faraaz, a be part of manufacturing of Anubhav Sinha and Bhushan Kumar is an motion thriller depicting the Holey Artisan cafe assault that shook Bangladesh in July 2016. It chronicles the occasions that occurred on the evening of July 1, 2016, in Dhaka when 5 younger militants ravaged the upscale cafe and held over 50 folks as hostages for almost 12 dreadful hours.
Faraaz marks the massive display debut of Paresh Rawal’s son Aditya Rawal and late Shashi Kapoor’s grandson Zahan Kapoor. Hansal Mehta, in a press release, mentioned that Faraaz’s story is particular for him not solely as a result of it’s rooted in actuality but in addition as a result of it has stayed with him for almost three years.
Here’s the primary look of #Faraaz, a movie based mostly on Bangladesh’s most terrifying assault. Thank you @mehtahansal sir for believing in me! Thank you @anubhavsinha and #BhushanKumar sir for this chance! So proud to be a part of this one.#ZahanKapoor @T-Series @T-Series Films pic.twitter.com/rNA35L5wwD
— Aditya Rawal (@adityarawal1) August 4, 2021
“Faraaz is a story of deep humanity and its ultimate triumph in the face of violent adversity. While it is based on true events, it is also a deeply personal story that I’ve held close to my heart for nearly three years. I’m glad Anubhav and Bhushanji are backing this story and enabling me to make this thrilling drama exactly the way I envisaged. It is exciting to collaborate with such diverse young talent on this labour of love. I can’t wait for the world to see this film,” Hansal mentioned.
While Anubhav Sinha, who can also be one in every of Hansal’s closest mates within the trade, mentioned Faraaz is as a lot a narrative of terror and loss as it’s of hope and religion.
“Faraaz is a human story based on one of the darkest days in modern history. It is a film that is close to our hearts. From launching new actors to getting the gaze of the film right, we have done our best to imbue this story with ingenuity while keeping it suspenseful and thrilling. It’s a film that will give the audience a deeply intimate look into what happened that night. It is as much a story of terror and loss as it is of hope and faith,” Anubhav Sinha added.