“Chhichhore” , a Bollywood film is releasing on September 6 and is a must watch movie which shows the chase of aspirations and ambitions armed with good dialogues. Insanely hilarious to subtly dramatic, with strong cast is ready to bring laughter and fun at a time when Indian economy is in slowdown and people are frustrated with the lot of things in life.
Cast: Sushant Singh Rajput, Shraddha Kapoor, Varun Sharma; Direction: Nitesh Tiwari;
“Dangal” maker Nitesh Tiwari’s filmhas all the ingredients to as it
highlights the ever-increasing pressure to excel in entrance exams that teenagers face. It is sweetly nostalgic in the way it sets up a rollercoaster campus ride, and melodramatic .
This is the story of Annirudh (Sushant Singh Rajput) and Maya (Shraddha Kapoor), successful engineers and a divorced couple. Their worlds come crashing when their only son Raghav tries committing suicide after failing in engineering entrance exam. In hospital, Raghav’s condition continues slipping. His will to live ebbs and his body won’t reciprocate to treatment.
Anni hits upon a crazy idea, to revive his son’s interest in life. He starts telling Raghav the story of his days in engineering college, and how he, along with his bunch of friends and Maya, turned from losers to winners. For the right cinematic impact, the friends will arrive, too, when Anni calls them, to be at Raghav’s side as their story unfolds.
The story sets up two very different coming-of-age sagas. There is Raghav’s plot, rendered with bittersweet sensitivity – fluctuating between hopelessness and hope. Then there is the story of Annirudh’s college days, where he and his hostelmates learn to believe they can win. Tiwari and co-writers balance these two very unlikely parallel subplots well, to set up a seamless entirety.
A good story line and well-written script in which major actor gets two distinct phases of life A college goer and as a 40-something middle-aged person.
The delightful impact, however, comes from the supporting cast that plays out Annirudh’s friends — Sexa (Varun Sharma), Acid (Naveen Polishetty), Derek (Tahir Raj Bhasin), Bevda (Saharsh Shukla) and Mummy (Tushar Pandey).