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Torbaaz is the account of an ex-armed force specialist trying to bring kids satisfaction through cricket. Nasser Khan (Sanjay Dutt) was a military specialist in the Indian Army. At a certain point, he was working in the Indian consulate in Kabul, Afghanistan. His significant other Meera (Priyanka Verma) and child Aryan (Preet Bhanushali) likewise moved there. Meera began accomplishing social work for the outcasts alongside Ayesha (Nargis Fakhri). One day when Nasser, Meera and Aryan were shopping on the lookout, a youngster self destruction aircraft completed an assault.
It executed Meera and Aryan in a split second. A couple of years after the fact, Ayesha welcomes Nasser to Afghanistan for the introduction of an outcast camp called Tomorrow’s Hope. Nasser goes there hesitantly as the passing of his family is as yet frequenting him. From the start, he’s unpleasant however later proceeds onward when he meets the dad of Niaz, the child who completed the impact. Ayesha then welcomes Nasser to another Tomorrow’s Hope Refugee Camp, which is situated external Kabul. Here, he sees that the children involving Baaz (Aishan Jawaid Malik), Gulab (Rudra Soni), Sadiq (Rehan Shaikh), Ali Sher (Tapajyoti Sarkar) and so on affection playing cricket. Nasser understands that they are colossally capable and that their future can be splendid in the event that they pay attention to their cricketing profession. Subsequently, Nasser declares that he’ll mentor them in cricket and if all works out positively, they can one day they can play in the Afghanistan Cricket Team. Tragically, there are an excessive number of snags. First off, a few children are Pashtuns while the others are from Pakistan.
Sanjay Dutt is good and nothing exceptional. In any case, he is agreeable in this symbol and character. Nargis Fakhri is squandered. Rahul Dev is over the top as the miscreant. Priyanka Verma is nice in the appearance. Preet Bhanushali doesn’t have a lot to do. Rahul Mittra (Colonel Junaid Khan) suits the part yet his presentation is feeble. Gavie Chahal (Shariyar) is reasonable while Raaj Singh Arora (Harpal otherwise known as Billu; the mentor) is respectable. Mohd Haq Peer Khan (Niaz), Daljit Sean Singh (Niaz’s dad), Rockey Raina (Abullah; driver) and Nira Suaraz (Baaz’s mom) are alright. With respect to the entertainers playing the evacuee kids, Rehan Shaikh leaves the greatest imprint as the littlest child, Sadiq. The manner in which he reproves Sanjay Dutt in a couple of scenes is amusing. Aishan Jawaid Malik has a vital part as Baaz and gives an awesome presentation. Rudra Soni comes straightaway and leaves an imprint. Tapajyoti Sarkar, Kanha (Imlal) and Ballu Panchal (Wahid) are additionally acceptable.
All in all, Torbaaz lays on a fine thought and recounts a significant story. Be that as it may, the helpless heading ruins it all. Baffling.