This Article is From Aug 30, 2022

Khufiya First Look: Tabu And Ali Fazal In Espionage Thriller

The film stars Tabu, Ali Fazal, Ashish Vidyarthi, and Wamiqa Gabbi among others

Khufiya First Look: Tabu And Ali Fazal In Espionage Thriller

Tabu in a still from Khufiya teaser. (courtesy: tabutiful)

New Delhi:

The teaser of Vishal Bhardwaj's Khufiya is out. On Monday, the makers of the film shared its teaser on YouTube, which was later shared by the film's cast including Ali Fazal, Tabu, Ashish Vidyarthi, and Wamiqa Gabbi. The teaser introduces us to the film's characters with a piece of suspenseful background music, giving the story a mysterious touch. The teaser shows Tabu in a troubled look, while Ali Fazal is seen having a villainous laugh. The first look teaser also features Wamiqa Gabbi and Ashish Vidyarthi in important roles. The film, written, directed, and produced by filmmaker Vishal Bhardwaj, is based on Amar Bhushan's espionage novel, Escape To Nowhere.Khufiya will premiere on Netflix. The film's makers are yet to reveal its release date or trailer./p>

Watch Khufiya's first look here:

Amar Bhushan's novel revolves around the story of a RAW operative, who is assigned to track down the mole selling India's defence secrets. Tabu will play the role of the RAW operative, Krishna Mehra.

Other than the film's teaser, Vishal shared the stills of his film's characters including Ali Fazal, Tabu, and Wamiqa Gabbi on Instagram. In the shared pictures, Tabu is seen as the RAW agent, while Ali Fazal and Wamiqa Gabbi are seen as a loving couple.

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Sharing the film's first look on Instagram, Ali Fazal wrote, "The first look we've all been waiting for. Trailer abhi baaki hai. Welcome to the world of khufiya. A glimpse. Vishal Bhardwaj's #Khufiya. Need I say more?"

Similarly, Tabu, Ashish Vidyarthi, and Wamiqa Gabbi shared the film's teaser on their respective Instagram handles.

Filmmaker Vishal Bhardwaj and Tabu have collaborated before for the critically acclaimed 2014 film Haider, also starring Shahid Kapoor, and the 2004 film Maqbool, also starring Irrfan Khan in the lead role.