Critically Acclaimed director Hansal Mehta's Faraaz is streaming now on Netflix and here's why you should watch this film*
Faraaz is a tense hostage drama that is set over the course of one harrowing night in Dhaka. Directed by Hansal Mehta. Mehta is known to be a courageous filmmaker who has his own distinct narrative style.
Here are 3 reasons to watch Faraaz this weekend:
1. It's a powerful and emotional story
At its core, Faraaz is a story about bravery, sacrifice, and the human spirit. The film is based on the real-life terrorist attack that took place in a cafe in Dhaka, and it tells the story of a group of hostages who are held captive by the terrorists. The film is a powerful and emotional exploration of what it means to stand tall in the face of terror.
2. It's a showcase for new talent
Faraaz features a cast of relatively unknown actors, including Zahan Kapoor, Aditya Rawal and Juhi Babbar who give powerful and nuanced performances.
3. It's a reminder of the power of cinema
At its best, films like Faraaz have the power to entertain, enlighten, and inspire. Faraaz is a thrilling and engaging story that also challenges us to think about some of the most pressing issues of our time. It's a reminder that cinema can be much more than just a form of entertainment – it can stir conversations and become a means of exploring the complexities of the human experience.
The acclaimed director’s Faraaz is a must-watch film for anyone who is interested in global cinema and stories that explore important perspectives on our times. It's a powerful and emotional story that is brought to life by a talented cast and by one of the most important filmmakers of our time. So if you're looking for something to watch this weekend, give Faraaz a try!
Since it’s release on OTT, Faraaz has become a topic of discussion and much debate on social media and has been steadily trending on Number 1 in India on Netflix while it has entered the global top 10 for non-English films within 3 days of its release.
Faraaz is directed by Hansal Mehta and produced by Bhushan Kumar, Anubhav Sinha, Sakshi Bhatt, Sahil Saigal, and Mazahir Mandsaurwala. The film is jointly produced by T-Series and Benaras Media in association with Mahana Films. The film stars Zahan Kapoor, Aditya Rawal, Juhi Babbar, Aamir Ali, Sachin Lalwani, Pallak Lalwani, and Reshham Sahaani in the cast.