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Toofaan Official Trailer Released: Farhan Akthar Is Ready To Punch The Screen

Toofaan Official Trailer Released: Finally, the Toofaan trailer has been released and it looks brilliant. The teaser of Amazon Prime Toofaan was released last month and fans were already impressed by it.

And the official trailer of the movie increased the hype and excitement for the movie even further. And the trailer brought good news for all the fans that were waiting for the movie.

Toofaan has been preponed and will release next month now. Other than that it was a full-fledged trailer and it gave us the gist of what we can expect from the movie.

Farhan Akhtar always had that athlete kind of look and thrive in those kinds of roles. Just look at his performance in ‘Bhaag Milkha Bhaag’ and how brilliantly he portrayed the role of late great Milkha Singh.

So, I have really high expectations from him in Toofaan also. And the Toofaan official trailer had that big movie vibe that we don’t usually get from many movies nowadays.

So, let’s take a look at all the things we know about Amazon Prime Videos Toofaan as of now.

Toofaan Official Teaser

Movie NameToofan
IMDB Rating5.1/10
GenreDrama, Action, Sports
Lead CastFarhan Akhtar, Paresh Rawal, Mrunal Thakur
DirectorRakeysh Omprakash Mehra
Release DateJuly 16, 2021
Streaming onAmazon Prime Video

Toofaan Plot/Storyline

Toofaan Official Trailer Released: The official synopsis of the movie reads “Toofaan tells the story of a boxer and the struggles he faces on his journey to get to the national level competition.”

The story will focus on a national-level boxer named Aziz Ali. Aziz Ali was delinquent at first known as Ajju Bhai. He decides to turn his life around and decides to dedicate his life to boxing.

To earn the respect he always wanted. And with the help of his coach Nana Prabhu, he becomes a national-level boxer. But his one wrong decision earns him a five-year ban.

Maybe it was fixing or something else. It is not clear in the trailer. But, now that his ban is over, will he turn his life around and return to the boxing ring again?

After all, it is not just a physical fight, it is a fight of his grit, his determination, and more importantly, a fight against his own devils.

Toofaan Movie Release Date

Toofaan Official Trailer Released: Earlier, Toofaan was scheduled to release on September 18, 2021. But, a piece of good news for all the fans is that Toofaan’s release date has been preponed.

And the movie is now scheduled to release on 16 July 2021. The movie is releasing on Friday, so it will be a perfect weekend watch for all the fans. The movie will be 2 hours 43 minutes long, making it just shy of 3 hours.

Toofaan movie Cast

Toofan Cast - Toofaan Official Trailer Released

Toofaan’s cast includes Farhan Akhtar as Azil Ali and Paresh Rawal as Nana Prabhu. Mrunal Thakur will play the role of Aziz’s wife in the movie. Her character name is not revealed yet.

Other cast members include Vijay Raaz, Darshan Kumaar, Mohan Agashe, Supriya Pathak, Divyam Agarwal, Gagan Sharma, and Hussain Dalal.

The cast looks really strong on the paper and most of the actors had the experience of working in a sport-based movie. Vijay Raaj has worked in Soorma, Sandeep Singh biopic movie.

Darshan Kumaar has worked in Mary Kom alongside Priyanka Chopra. Paresh Rawal has also worked in some big sports-centric movies in his career.

Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra is directing the movie and we all know how talented he really is. Vijay Maurya and Anjum Rajabali have penned down the script of the movie.

Farhan Akhtar alongside Darrell Foster, Kassim Jagmagia, and Stuti Ramachandra is producing the movie.

Shankar Mahadevan is giving the music of the movie while Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy is in charge of the official background score of the movie.

I am very excited to listen to all the gems Toofaan is going to give us.

Toofaan: How To Watch?

You can watch Toofaan on Amazon Prime Video. Just take the subscription and enjoy the movie as much as you want. The movie will not release in cinema halls due to pandemics and will only be available on Amazon Prime for streaming.