Nasser Khan (Sanjay Dutt) is a military doctor who is going through personal trauma after losing his wife and child during a suicide bombing in Afghanistan. Years after the incident he goes back to Afghanistan where he tries to make a difference in the political situation of the country by encouraging refugee kids to play cricket.
Sanjay Dutt has a charisma of his own and it carries the ability to hold you even in the dullest of moments. Nargis Fakhri has a pretty short role and hardly leaves an impact in it. But it is Rahul Dev who impresses you again in the role of Taliban chief. The talented actor has played a terrorist and negative role several times so it’s his comfort zone now. Hence it was no surprise to see him nailing the character so effortlessly. Child actors Aishan Jawaid Malik, Hamid Shafi, Mohammed Khairkhah, Rudra Soni are fantastic and are the highlight of the film.
Girish Malik gives a good direction but his screenplay holds back the film big time. The cinematography is one of the strongest factors of the film and if you watch the film do watch it on the biggest screen possible. Bickram Ghosh & Vikram Montrose’s music is ordinary. Torbaaz can be skipped because it doesn’t deliver.