Monday, May 27, 2024

Chhichhore Movie Review : Sushant Singh Rajput, Shraddha Kapoor

Chhichhore Movie Online box office collection report reviews. Chhichhore stars Sushant Singh Rajput, Shraddha Kapoor and Varun Sharma in lead roles. The film, directed by Nitesh Tiwari, is a bundle of cliches.

The story of Chhichhore: Raghav, the son of a high-performance father, is pressured to take throat pain entrance exams. While fighting for life in a hospital, his parents meet with his friends decades later. This older generation travels back to old memories, remembering their college days, hoping that their rare memories help save a teenager who has lost all her desire to live.

Chhichhore Movie Review: Stress and overwhelming anxiety are a reality for many young students in India. In addition, for those who take highly competitive engineering and medical exams. And sometimes, people who don’t meet this standard find themselves in a whirlwind of doubt and sadness. By not coping with family and peer pressure, they often resort to activities that can cause irreparable harm to themselves and their families.

Although this dark truth is at the heart of Chhichhore’s rhetoric, his heart and soul are fully assigned to the days of the university and the shelter without worries, which constitute lifelong ties and life lessons.

Annirudh (Sushant Singh Rajput) was lovingly called Anni by his friends from the university and Maya (Shardha Kapoor), a divorced couple, found himself in a desperate state when his teenage son, Raghav, attempted suicide. The doctors indicated that he was the victim of criticism, not only physical but mental. Anirudh believes that the only way out of this darkness is to take Raghav back to his memory lane (in his days as an engineering school). A place where he not only loved Maya, but also had friendship with ‘Sexa’ (Varun Sharma), ‘Acid’ (Naveen Polishetty), Derek (Tahir Raj Bhasan), ‘Bevda’ (Suharsh Kumar Shukla) and ‘. Mom ‘(Tusher Pandey).
When the story of the film takes place in the hallways of the hostel, the director Nitish Tiwari creates an authentic world full of vivid memories and vivid and vibrant energy. There are some really funny moments that click, but fragile and short boys are also ready to help with jokes, all of which can’t be fun. However, there is no doubt that in its flashback mode (romance, humor, sports championships and some of the most difficult events in the life of a hostel) ‘Chhichhore’ grows. And when it comes to the current day, where the group does not meet, you sincerely wish that your friendship has survived the test of time and distance.

Although the script is mostly predictable and has a hangover of ‘three editions’. And with a long run time of approximately two and a half hours, the pace is delayed in the second half. It is the height of emotional drama, entertainment and the element of surprise that sustains an investment. Sharadha Kapoor is full of solid performances as young and old Maya. Young Sushant Singh Rajput shines like Anni (watch the scene where he has his tongue in front of Maya!), But as Annirudh he feels a bit awkward. In fact, as a teenager, the performances are a constant, Varun Sharma steals shows in many scenes with his comic moment. Tahir Raj Bhasin is as impressive as the intense Drake. Naveen Polity, Prateek Babar, Toshar Pandey and Suresh Singh also extended the film with their excellent performances. Together, as a group of friends, they have a simple comedy that belongs to you.

Chhichhore” carries a relevant message about the inherent attitude towards academic success and the failure with which many young people and parents will connect today. It tells you that traveling is more important than destiny and winning is as important as life lessons. The film has many scores and is definitely worth watching.

Mumtaz Khan
Mumtaz Khan
Hi, I'm Mumtaz Khan. I'm a CCDiscovery reporter. After completing my master's degree in Mass Communication from the LLU, I obtained an internship in a local newspaper and worked as an editor. I also worked as a columnist for the local newspaper. I cover fun and community events for CC Discovery.

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