An artist with a difficult upbringing hopes to succeed and amass a fortune that will allow him to fulfil all of his desires. He discovers his ability for generating false currency that is so authentic-looking that only cutting-edge technology can produce it. He is quickly drawn into a lethal syndicate’s net and becomes complicit in a major worldwide crime. It is the ascent of a wicked guy who burns with retaliation in his eyes.
Shahid Kapoor melds naturally with Sunny. The best part is that he picks up the accent with ease, and it doesn’t appear as though he is having an out-of-body experience when he uses Hindi slang. To portray the man who is being oppressed by his circumstance, the actor puts a lot of work into it. Even his face appears to have been exposed to the harsh sun. It’s challenging to portray a character that will ultimately turn evil, but who will also play a key role and is also ethically wrong, while also realising that money doesn’t buy class.
Farzi serves as an introduction to a villain who doubles as a hero who may later appear in Raj & D.K’s famous universe. However, it is impossible to overlook the fact that it is largely following a well-traveled course.