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Vidyut Jammwal roped in for romantic thriller Khuda Hafiz 

Based on true events, the film will be shot in Kerala and Morocco

Published: 15th April 2019

Actor Vidyut Jammwal, who was last seen in the action-adventure film Junglee, has been roped in for a romantic action thriller titled Khuda Hafiz. Based on true events, the film will be directed by Faruk Kabir and produced by Kumar Mangat and Abhishek Pathak. 

Promising a mix of action and thrills, Khuda Hafiz will be shot in Morocco and Kerala. The makers have assembled an international crew to choreograph the stunt scenes. Hunt for the film’s female lead is on. 

"With incidents based on actual events, this could be one of the biggest and most memorable action thrillers of our time. I am very proud to be part of such a great team to tell a truly gripping tale," says Vidyut.

Kabir, who has previously directed the 2010 film Allah Ke Banday, says it took him over nine months to research and write Khuda Hafiz. “Vidyut and I are attempting something here that neither of us has done before. So, we will keep our feet on the ground, our vision to the skies and hopefully surprise the audience by giving them more than their expectations."

Apart from this film, Vidyut Jammwal has Commando 3, which co-stars Adah Sharma, Gulshan Devaiah and Rajesh Tailang.

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