This week, Amazon Prime Video launched two new films. ‘Maalik,’ starring Fahad Fazil, and ‘Toofan,’ directed by Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra, star Farhan Akhtar. We have already discussed the’master.’ His review is available on our website and YouTube channel. Today, the much-anticipated Rakesh Mehra and Farhan Akhtar jugalbandi ‘Toofan’ is discussed. The pair previously collaborated on a powerful sports biopic, ‘Bhaag Milkha Bhaag.’ They collaborated once again on the sports film ‘Toofan’.
In Mumbai, there is a man named Aziz Ali. It is orphaned. By performing Bhaigiri-Lukkhagiri, he is destroying his life. Then a girl, Dr. Ananya, enters his life and inspires him to become a boxer. Aziz begins his boxing training with a trainer named Nana Prabhu. Nana was born into a Hindu family. However, his religion and caste are all based on boxing. These issues of religion, society, and family create conflict in this film. However, as with any other masala sports film, Aziz makes a mistake in front of the girl, jeopardising his career. The question that remains is whether Aziz will ever be able to return to the boxing ring. If it lands, will it be able to lift the storm as it did previously? This film is about using chili-spice to answer these very mundane questions.
Farhan Akhtar starred in the film as a young boy named Aziz Ali. He was rescued from the drain by a mawali. By donating my bone marrow, I was able to save my life. In exchange for these favours, Aziz assists him with the recovery process. Elevated from the body, it leaves the hand quickly. Farhan, despite being a standard Hindi film character, adds dimension to the character. When you look at Farhan, it appears as though he is a wonderfully passionate man. This is reflected in the characters they play. When his Bhaag Milkha Bhaag arrived, I was in the eleventh or twelfth grade. After watching that film, I began to believe that no matter what stage of life I am in, I can pursue any career. Essentially, after watching that film, I desired to be an athlete. This may sound amusing at the moment. However, I was dead serious about this. That seriousness, however, did not last long.
Hussain Dalal portrayed Aziz’s close friend Munna. This circuit type is your typical sidekick, willing to go to great lengths for his Munna Bhai. His role in the film is to provide comic relief. That Hussain easily eliminates the tax. However, he looks better in the film’s emotional scenes than he does in the comic.
Mrinal Thakur portrays Ananya, Aziz’s girlfriend and physician. Her character in the film is a young woman who is determined to ruin Aziz’s life by putting everything on the line. This is not novel. Except for the manner in which the character should be approached. When I see Mrinal, I get the girl next door vibe. This is what lends them their relatability. Their appearances and performances are youthful. However, aside from ‘Love Sonia,’ he has not done anything else.
Paresh Rawal portrayed Aziz’s coach Nana Prabhu. Due to personal reasons, this man despises Muslims. Every Muslim, it appears, is a terrorist. Essentially, this character appears to be based on Paresh Rawal’s real life. I wish we could add the phrase Jokes Apart following this line! However, the amusing thing is that you may not get your thoughts from the character of Paresh’s maternal grandfather. However, his performance is the film’s high point. Apart from these, Supriya Pathak Kapoor and Mohan Agashe make a long-awaited appearance in the film.
As we previously stated, we had high hopes for Farhan Akhtar and Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra’s pairing. However, this film falls short on that front. With ‘Toofan,’ it appears as though he has vowed to employ every formula attempted in Hindi cinema. From the film’s basic storey idea, you can easily notice this in all of the film’s small and large details. That is why, while watching this film, a feeling similar to Jhilne frequently arises.
Its creators spend considerable time establishing the storey. As a result, by the time the film reaches its conclusion, you begin to feel exhausted. However, this fatigue persists after the start of boxing chunks. In an era when the public has grown accustomed to watching a film lasting between two and a half and two and a half hours. In this case, ‘Toofan’ runs for three and a half hours. Which is clearly a very long period of time. Especially when the content does not contain anything novel or exciting.
Toofan’ is an unoriginal film. However, this film will not entertain or educate you; in fact, it will not promote any incorrect thought or idea. Watching or not watching a clean mainstream masala film will have no effect on your life.
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