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Vidyut Jammwal’s Khuda Haafiz gets a sequel, to begin filming in 2021 

The second chapter will continue the story of Sameer and Nargis

Published: 04th September 2020

Vidyut Jammwal’s recent release, Khuda Haafiz, is getting a sequel. Directed by Faruk Kabir, Khuda Haafiz Chapter II will go on floors in 2021.

The first part was released on Disney+ Hotstar on August 14. The film is inspired by a real incident during the 2008 financial crisis, where a Indian woman was kidnapped and forced into the flesh trade in the Gulf.

In Khuda Haafiz, Vidyut’s character, Sameer, goes on a one-man rescue mission to save his wife Nargis (Shivaleeka Oberoi). The cast also featured Annu Kapoor as a resourceful cab driver and Aahana Kumra as an Arab agent.

“To adjust and successfully live in the society after the woman has gone through this turmoil is the real beginning of the love story. That’s what we’re planning to showcase in the second chapter,” Vidyut said in a statement.

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