Toofaan: Movie Review

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Directed by – Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra

Written by – Story Idea:, Farhan Akhtar

Story and Screenplay: – Anjum Rajabali

Additional Screenplay and Dialogues:- Vijay Maurya

Produced by – Ritesh Sidhwani, Farhan Akhtar, Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra

Starring – Farhan Akhtar, Paresh Rawal, Mrunal Thakur, Rakesh Omprakash Mehra, Vijay Raaz, Hussain Dalal, Darshan Kumar, Supriya Pathak, Milind Pathak, Imran Rashid, Deven Khote, Arhan Chowdary, Jatin Sapru, RJ Anmol, Akashdeep Sabir, Gauri Phulka, Gaganpreet Sharma, Mohan Agashe

Toofaan is the story of a street brawler’s change into a top-class fighter. Aziz Ali also known as Ajju (Farhan Akhtar) is a vagrant who was raised by Jafar Bhai (Vijay Raaz). Aziz currently lives with his companion Munna (Hussain Dalal) in Dongri, Mumbai and does all the messy work for Jafar bhai. While whipping a café proprietor (Imran Rashid) over a fight with Jafar bhai, Aziz gets harmed. He goes to an altruistic medical clinic for therapy where the specialist, Ananya Prabhu (Mrunal Thakur) removes him subsequent to discovering that he’s a thug. A couple of days after the fact, Ananya observes Aziz purchasing presents for kids in a shelter. This causes her to understand that he’s a decent individual on a fundamental level. At some point, Aziz visits an exercise center in his area, run by a man called Merchant (Deven Khote). Trader trains enclosing competitors his premises. Aziz observes it and gets into a fight with a player rehearsing there, Parvez (Arhan Chowdary). Rather than hitting back, Parvez commends him and says that he has a ton of solidarity. Aziz gets amazed and understands that boxing can make him a superior human. He begins his preparation. Yet, he actually keeps working for Jafar bhai. At some point, Ananya observes Aziz removing an individual from his shop brutally. She scolds him and demands that he ought to entirely zero in on boxing.

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