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Khuda Haafiz is an upcoming Indian Hindi-language action thriller film, Written and also directed Faruk Kabir. It stars Vidyut Jammwal and Shivaleeka Oberoi in the lead roles.

Khuda Haafiz Film Story : A newly married couple’s life falls in jeopardy when the wife goes missing under mysterious circumstances.

Disney+ Hotstar conducted a virtual press conference where Uday Shankar announced the film’s digital release on the platform on 14 August 2020, exclusively as part of the Disney+ Hotstar Multiplex initiative which was a result of cinemas being shut down due to COVID-19 pandemic.

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The makers of Khuda Haafiz released the film title track recently. Khuda Haafiz song is the second track from the film. Earlier, film makers has released the romantic song “Jaan Ban Gaye”.

The title track has been composed by Mithoon and written by Sayeed Quadri. This song beautifully captured the feeling of love and longing.

“Khuda Haafiz” has been sung by Vishal Dadlani.
Vishal Dadlani said – “Having had just a few conversations with Mithoon before at the start, I knew his heart is real. When I sang for him, I realised that every song he does carries that honesty and depth. His music washes any singer clean of pretence and hype, and helps one to find an almost forgotten purity.

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Khuda Haafiz was involved in a controversy after Disney+Hotstar invited none of its cast members in its grand announcement event, seemingly favouring star power. Vidyut Jammwal had expressed his dismay in a tweet, and wrote, “A BIG announcement for sure!! 7 films scheduled for release but only 5 are deemed worthy of representation. two films, receive no invitation or intimation. It’s a long road ahead. THE CYCLE CONTINUES,” He wrote. The other film that was left out of the announcement was Kunal Kemmu’s “Lootcase“.


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