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Torbaaz trailer: Sanjay Dutt desires to rescue refugee kids from terrorism, save their lives with cricket. Watch

Netflix has shared the primary trailer for his or her upcoming movie Torbaaz. Starring Sanjay Dutt within the lead, Torbaaz is a couple of man who modifications the lives of some children from refugee camps in Afghanistan by instructing them cricket.

The trailer opens with Rahul Dev as a menacing head of a terrorist group. He vows to take revenge on the US Army for attacking their areas through the use of kids from refugee camps as suicide bombers. However, he meets a problem from Sanjay’s character, who involves Afghanistan to search out redemption after his kids’s deaths and work in the direction of the betterment of the lives of refugee children.


He makes a small staff of younger children, teaches them cricket, challenges different coaches for matches and eventually, faces the evil villain himself. “Refugee kids are the first victims of terrorism,” says Sanjay within the trailer.

The trailer appears to be getting a superb response on YouTube. “Now this is called a CONTENT MOVIE A great message for all,” wrote one. “After sadak 2.0 disaster, this movie is different and not like the earlier, this would be a hit like ludo,i think so,” wrote one other.

The official synopsis reads as follows: At an Afghanistan refugee camp, an ex-army physician seeks to deliver kids pleasure by means of cricket — and shortly realizes that the stakes transcend the game.

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Apart from Sanjay and Rahul, the movie additionally stars Nargis Fakhri. It might be out on Netflix on December 11.

Sanjay was final seen in Amazon Prime Video’s Sadak 2. The movie was panned by critics and audiences alike. Sanjay not too long ago recovered from lung most cancers and can resume work on his tasks reminiscent of KGF Chapter 2 and Shamshera.

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