Dutt’s fans who have no shortage can expect something special from Bollywood resident Munnabhai. This time he is in terrorism-prone Afghanistan (the film was filmed in a violent country) and teaches little children the joy of football in lieu of other favorite pastimes: suicide bombing.
While I don’t see Torbaz being released in Afghanistan, the trailer is more visually energizing, as Dutt proceeds to spread all his kick-ass, rather than kick-ball magic ki jappi in a strife-ridden country. The message of peace is most welcome during times of brutal hatred and communal hatred. Sanjay Dutt is in his element: the love of uniform Santa spreading among children in the land of bombs and shootouts. Not bad.
He has a well-matched opponent in Rahul Dev, who looks every inch dangerous Pathani Messiah. His Afghani accent may make a giggle amidst theatrical tension.
It is nice to see Sanjay Dutt’s film being released. The actor says, “The story of Torbaz is closely associated with the reality of Afghanistan, and the children’s portrayal of cricket as a tool of liberation is true for my character, Nasser Khan. ”
Like his character Nasser Khan, Dutt has also recently backed out of a personal crisis. “I’m really grateful for all the love and support I’ve received over the past few months and I’m happy to be back on screen with this powerful film. We have a strong partner on Netflix and I’m glad the film reaches out to rational audiences around the world, where the story resonates across the border.”
Producer Rahul Mitra adds, “These children had nothing. He brought cricket to them in the hope of a better life. Torbaz is a very special movie and I am glad that our love affair is soon becoming a staple on Netflix. ”
Rahul Mitra plays the role of Afghan Army General in this film. The leading lady of the film is nowhere to be seen in the trailer of Nargis Fakhri. Perhaps Dutt has gone to another refugee camp to teach girls basketball, while Dutt coaches boys in cricket.
Director Girish Malik says, “Torbaz is a film that is very close to my heart, a picture of hope and human conquest. Based in Afghanistan, the film depicts the current issue of terrorism and includes the future of children, but focuses on how sports can be used as a platform to improve outcomes. ”
Malik, who was shot in various historical places, including the Silk Route of Central Asia, says the film has changed his life.
Malik concluded, “Torbaz has been an astonishing journey for me. With the tremendous support of Mr. Sanjay Dutt, Netflix and my partners and producers, we have been able to make this dream come true and the audience will appreciate this journey of hope.