Chal Bhaag, Hindi Bollywood Film movie review, Johnson Thomas, Rating: *
Chal Bhaag(Hindi) Rating: * Random strands put together in the hope of getting a rise out of the audience but it’s so inane that you just wanna get up and run out of the theatre!
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Hindi film review
No Glee to be found here!
Film: Chal Bhaag
Cast: Deepak Dobriyal, Varun Mehra, Tarun Bajaj, Sanjay Mishra
Director: Prakash Saini
A randomized plotting around three men, a self-proclaimed goon Munna (Deepak Dobriyal), an outcast Daler Singh(Varun Mehra) and a small time thief Bunty(Tarun Bajaj who is also credited with story and screenplay) and their involuntary involvement in the murder of an MLA. Add to that a few item songs and dances, an unrequited love angle and this film achieves it’s story.
Based in Delhi, this film sort-of tries to highlight the lives and struggles of small time petty thieves and goons who fall prey to the Police’s expedient ‘encounter’ habit. Yashpal Sharma, Mukesh Tiwari, Deepak Dobriyal, Sanjay Mishra appear to have lost their way into this plot. The other’s are even more uninviting.
A jumble of poorly written characters, card board performances, uninteresting casting, forgettable music, poor comic timing, unpolished dialogues and hapless helming make this encounter in the theatres a miserable experience. Run.. if you want to keep your sanity intact!