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Toofan Movie Real Story | Toofan Movie Review Farhan Akhtar

Akhtar is currently release of director Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra’s boxing drama, Toofaan. The multifaceted star has gone through intense training to prepare for the role of Aziz Ali, also known as Ajju Bhai, a bully who becomes a national-level boxer. Toofaan marks Akhtar’s second collaboration with Mehra. The two previously worked together on another sports-based film, Bhaag Milkha Bhaag in 2013.

Toofaan also stars Mrunal Thakur, who plays Doctor Ananya and Aziz’s love interest, and Paresh Rawal as Nana Prabhu, his boxing coach. Co-produced by Akhtar and Ritesh Sidhwani under their Excel Entertainment banner, Toofaan is scheduled to be released digitally on Amazon Prime Video on July 16.

Toofan Movie Real Story | Toofan Movie Review Farhan Akhtar

In his career of more than two decades, Farhan Akhtar has directed and produced several critically acclaimed films such as Dil Chahta Hai, Lakshya, Luck by Chance, Talaash, and Gully Boy. Not only that, Akhtar has been proving that he has an acting range for days, from his nuanced roles in Rock On and Karthik Calling Karthik to his powerful dramatic twist in Bhaag Milkha Bhaag. One thing that elevates most Akhtar films from being simply entertaining films to becoming great is the fact that most of them actually have something important to say about modern society, something that could be even more relevant today.

In more detail about his penchant for films that aren’t just entertainment, Farhan says, “Somewhere like ‘Lakshya’ for me has a very definite motif and a very defined stance. But what does a movie like ‘Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara’ or ‘Rock On’ tell you? It just tells you that friendship is important and makes time for your friends or you don’t react so easily or you finish things when you’re excited and those are small things but they stay with you because you realized that there are things like that, that you do it in your life too. Learning these movies isn’t like deep learning, it’s the little things in life and it’s good to have a moment to remember that through a movie and through characters you’ve liked or stories you’ve liked.

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