By Young India
Cast: Gippy Grewal, Kainaat Arora, Jaggi Singh & Girija Shankar
Direction: Baljit Singh Deo
Production: Sippy Grewal Productions
Story: Faraar is a film soaked in mystery. It is the saga of a boy Ekam (Gippy Grewal) who went to America for making his future bright. In the flight he met Jasmeen (Kainaat Arora). As soon as he arrived America, the police caught him because he looks like a wanted gangster Shinda (second character played by Gippy Grewal).
Jasmeen arrange a famous lawyer of America to fight Ekam’s case. In between investigations the story goes into flashback where they shows who was Shinda and how he beacme a gangster and died one day. But was he really died? And what happen to Ekam ? To know these answers you should go & watch Faraar 🙂
Review: Faraar is a action-thriller in which Gippy Grewal played a fantastic double role as Ekam & Shinda and seriously it seems like both roles are played by a different person. As we all know that Gippy worked hard on his body for this film and it is clearly shows. He is also improving his acting skills day by day. This film brings out the actor in Gippy Grewal.
Kainaat Arora looks sizzling and glamorous on the screen. She played her part decently. Antagonist Jaagi Singh, steals the show – what a fine presentation of negative character by him. Girija Shankar as the lawyer has done justice to his role.
Director Baljit Singh Deo is the man behind this fabulous movie. Known more for his cinematography than direction, has actually donned the director’s cap. Baljit has done justice to the story, keeping the scenes as crisp as possible. The whole film is exciting and thrilling. Their is a justification for every act, for every twist and every turn. Nothing is left unanswered. The dialogues had been used in movie were good and well written. Faraar has romance, love, anger, revenge and every thing that a viewer want to see. The filmmakers worked on the looks of both actor and villain which was seen in the movie.
The movie has a variety of songs sung by Manmohan waris, Harshdeep Kaur, Sunidhi Chauhan, Jazzy B, Gippy Grewal, Bohemia and Rahat Fateh Ali Khan. All songs have a heroic feel to them.
Overall Fararr is a family entertainer & a must watch film.