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Chhichhore Movie: 2019 Indian Romantic Comedy Drama

Chhichhore: 2019 Indian Romantic Comedy Film

Movie Name: Chhichhore Movie
Directed by: Nitesh Tiwari
Starring: Sushant Singh Rajput, Shraddha Kapoor, Varun Sharma, Siddharth, Prateik Babbar, Tahir Raj Bhasin, Naveen Polishetty, Tushar Pandey
Genre: Drama, Romance, Comedy
Release date: 06 September, 2019
Running Time: 143 Minutes

Shraddha Kapoor and Sushant Singh Rajput’s first film together

Chhichhore is upcoming 2019 Indian Hindi-language romantic comedy-drama film directed by Nitesh Tiwari and produced by Sajid Nadiadwala under the banner of Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment. The film is scheduled to be released on 30 August 2019. Some parts of the film were shot at the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay (Mumbai).

The film went on floors on 30 September 2018 and wrapped up their first schedule on 30 October 2018 The shooting of second schedule started on 14 November 2018 and wrapped on 15 December 2018. The Chhichhore theme song will be shot on the sets amounting to Rs 9 crores and this will also mark the reunion of choreographers Bosco–Caesar who have come together after three years for this track.

In February 2019, the cast of the film donned their characters’ dresses and with the help prosthetic artist presented their look from the film for making of new poster. The producers released a video on making of the poster on 30 May. The trailer of the film was released on 4 August 2019 by Fox Star Studios.

The music of the film is composed by Pritam while lyrics are by Amitabh Bhattacharya.

Chhichhore Movie Trailer:

# Dosti Special Trailer

The makers of Sushant Singh Rajput-Shraddha Kapoor’s Chhichhore have released a “dosti special trailer” and it will certainly remind you of all the embarrassing moments you had during your college days.

The video opens with Ameen Sayani style voice telling us that we will soon be treated to our college days memories and the scene moves to a montage of clips with the main characters of the film come to terms with the crazy, quirky college and hostel life. Sharing the new trailer, director Nitesh tweeted, “The crazy, whacky glimpse of hostel life. #Chhichhore ka Chhichhora trailer http://bit.ly/ChhichhoreDostiSpecialTrailer…”

Shraddha Kapoor took to Twitter to share the trailer. She wrote, “Dekhiye apne dosto ke saath #Chhichhore ka Chhichhora trailer.”

# Hmm Achha Theek Hai with Zakir Khan

# The Chhichhore Gang

# Introducing Acid

# Introducing Bevda

# Introducing Derek

# Introducing Sexa

Movie Review:

Film takes you on a nostalgia trip to your college days with an engaging narrative and flashback sequences

An ode to college-time friendships, romances, ragging, fights, competitions and countless memories, Chhichhore is a riot of emotions, and takes you on a nostalgic ride. It’s a relevant film with a rather important message conveyed through an engaging narrative. Directed by Nitesh Tiwari of Dangal fame, Chhichhore is high on content and humour packaged so well that it stays with you for a very long time.

The story is simple – a bunch of engineering students and their journey from being losers to choosers. Sushant Singh Rajput (Annirudh) and Shraddha Kapoor (Maya) play a divorced couple, and they have a reunion of sorts with their college buddies, though in rather unwanted circumstances. Together, they recall and relive their old college memories, the good and bad days spent almost 20 years ago. The screenplay takes a trip down memory lane through college hostels, sports grounds and canteen conversations; switch to present day and you see the same camaraderie in their friendship that was forged in college.

Brilliant writing loaded with comic punches, one-liners and genuinely funny jokes makes Chhichhore a winner. Full credit to the writers for ensuring that the humour is not even remotely slapstick. For instance, when Varun Sharma’s character compares spotting a girl in an engineering college to Halley’s Comet that is visible every 75 years, it isn’t demeaning women but proof of clever writing. Keeping the storytelling simple, Nitesh made an intelligent move to weave flashback sequences into the present day, and keep audiences attentive. Though mostly predictable, the build-up towards the climax manages to look intriguing.

Among the cast, you see Varun Sharma (Sexa), Tahir Raj Bhasin (Derek), Naveen Polishetty (ACID), Tushar Pandey (Mummy) and Saharsh Shukla (Bevda) aptly fitting in their respective parts and doing full justice to their screen-time. The way each character is introduced in the film with minute detailing and individual traits, it makes you sit up and take notice.

There are performances that stand out without screaming from the rooftops. From playing Chucha in Fukrey to Sexa in this film, Varun nails it with an impressive performance, yet again. So comfortable with his body and style of dialogue delivery, he knows when and how to throw his weight around, quite literally. Sushant looks good as a young college student but in his ‘40s, he is rather unconvincing and a misfit. Shraddha’s character, it seems, has been written with least amount of interest. Although her screen presence is felt each time she’s in the frame, she hardly gets any dialogues and you ask yourself ‘was she even needed in the film’? Even the chemistry between Sushant and Shraddha is unconvincing and their scenes together flirting or comforting each other look rather juvenile. Prateik Babbar, who delivered an intense performance as the popular guy and a baddie in college, could have been given a little more screen time.

There is an extensive use of prosthetic makeup to show the characters ageing onscreen. While some are shown going half-bald, others decide to grow their tresses. There’s one guy with an American accent too — he has stayed in New York for 20 years, after all. However, in Shraddha Kapoor’s case, the only transition that shows her going from her 20s to 40s is midi-dresses turning into cotton suits and saris. Sadly, so little imagination there!

Thankfully, Pritam’s music and background score by Sameer Uddin does not sound forced at any point and beautifully blends with the narrative. The song Fikar Not in the end credits is a refreshing change from the high-pitched item songs or over dramatized romantic numbers and is brilliantly choreographed.

A must-watch with your college friends, Chhichhore is relatable and relevant. Watch it for its uncomplicated screenplay, gripping narrative and some stellar performances that leave you in stitches.

Chhichhore Movie Songs:

Title: Fikar Not
Nakash Aziz, Dev Negi, Antara Mitra, Amit Mishra, Sreerama Chandra
Amitabh Bhattacharya
Time: 3.09

#Second Version

Title: Woh Din
Tushar Joshi / Arijit Singh
Amitabh Bhattacharya
Time: 5:13

Title: Khairiyat (Sad / Happy)
KK / Arijit Singh
Amitabh Bhattacharya
Time: 4:30

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