Chhichhore Review
Chhichhore Review

Chhichhore Movie Review: The first thing that comes to mind when looking at Sushant Singh Rajput, Shraddha Kapoor and Varun Sharma’s ‘Chhichhore‘ is 1992’s ‘Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar’ and 2009’s ‘3 Idiots‘. ‘Chhichhore‘ looks like the cocktail of these two films. The story of ‘Chhichhore‘ gives the message of staying away from the mindset of not becoming a loser along with yari-friendship. The film has college days, yari-dosti is fun, hostel life and everything has to be at stake in sports. In this way, the Dangal fame director has tried to give a light-hearted film with the message, but due to being very predictable, the film does not bring anything new. The whole thing gets gritty.

The story of ‘Chhichhore‘ begins with the son of Sushant Singh Rajput and Shraddha Kapoor, he is in the hospital and is in a state of fear due to fear of being called a loser. Sushant Singh then tells the story of his loser team to fix the son. In which Sushant narrates the story of his friends Varun Sharma, Tahir Raj Bhasin, Tusshar Pandey, and Naveen Polishetty. How does Sushant come to college, and find a place in the hostel of the losers? Initially, Sushant wants to leave the hostel, but then he finds his mind with these losers. Then comes the chance of a championship in the hostel, which is called loser only because of the loss. Sushant and his friends try to fix the son with this story. In this way, Nitesh Tiwari has tried to make ‘Chichhore’ an inspirational film, and it has tried to give the message that the children don’t just win,

In the film ‘Chhichhore’, Tusshar Pandey, playing the role of a mummy on the acting front, has Tahir Raj Bhasin in the role of Seksa turned Varun Sharma and Derek. Varun Sharma has tried to laugh a lot with his bold jokes. Sushant Singh Rajput has played his character properly. There is not much to do in the film for Shraddha Kapoor.

Nitesh Tiwari has not been able to bring anything new in ‘Chhichhore‘. Nitesh Tiwari has tried to create a film on the tried formula, which is very predictable. Although the songs have not been punched. There is an attempt to give a message in the film, this message is about youth. But after ‘Dangal’, their expectations were very high.

Director: Nitesh Tiwari
Language:
Hindi
Budget:
700 million INR
Actor:
Shraddha Kapoor, Sushant Singh Rajput, Prateek Babbar, Varun Sharma, and Tahir Raj Bhasin