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Chehre Movie Review – An average plot with Impactful Performances!!

In this article, we will be sharing the Chehre movie review but first, let’s look at the history of the story. Chehre movie is directed by Rumi Jafry & the screenplay is written by Ranjit Kapoor. The film’s actual plot is adapted from an ancient famous novel “The Dangerous Game”.

Friedrich Durrenmatt’s Dangerous Game is a 1956 novel. Its German title, Die Panne, means “The Breakdown.” It is known as Traps in the United States. It follows the adventures of a journeyman who, when his car breaks down, is invited for dinner by a retired judge, after which nightmarish events ensue. The play was first produced as a radio script, but it was converted to prose almost immediately afterward. It won the 1956 Blind War Veterans’ Prize for best radio play and the literary Tribune de Lausanne award.

Chehre Movie’s Description:

An ad agency executive takes shelter at an old man’s home in the mountains amid a dangerous snowstorm but soon finds himself trapped with no way out when the man and his clan of veterans hook him for a game of crime and punishment.

Performances from Main Lead in Chehre Movie:

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Amitabh Bachchan in Chehre movie:

Before doing Chehre Movie Review, Let’s discuss the cast of the movie. Starring the powerhouse of acting Amitabh Bachchan and Finest Serial Kisser of Bollywood, Emran Hashmi, their performances were top-notch and mind-blowing. They did act not only from their body language but expressions and every Manner of their speaking style as well.

I mean, the legendary Amitabh Bachchan doesn’t need any word of appreciation, he’s the maestro of acting indeed. It was not looking like from a single moment, that I’m watching Big ‘B on screen, no it was the Prosecutor, the character which was played by him, and he completely nailed it.

Emran Hashmi in Chehre movie:

Talking about Another Main Lead, Emran Hashmi, he’s so underrated but man, he’s so natural and God-gifted I would like to express. He has completely done justice to his role of “Sameer Mehra”. There was no lapse in his performance for a single moment. It shows how experienced an actor he’s. Moreover, a professional person who did his job brilliantly.

But I wish I could have more words to say about this latest released film “Chehre” Except for powerful performances from our two main leads. No doubt the whole supporting cast did a fine job too in their roles including Annu Kapoor, Sidhant Kapoor, Raghubir Yadav, Dhrittiman Chattarjee & Samir Soni, etc… But were they impactful or adding up the required interest in the movie to hook up us to watch it completely till the end…? That’s my question…!!

And sadly, the answer is No… I mean, I’ve slept like two times in between the movie and it didn’t happen to me most of the time… I was watching a murder crime thriller mystery Eaundra movie… Not a typical romantic, funny, or action type of Bollywood movie at all… But still, it was the weak execution of the movie I would like to say.

It’s kinda fault of both writer and director to not write and execute the supporting characters in a more powerful or impactful way… Like they were fine, but they could’ve done in a better way I guess…

Krystle D’souza – Heroine of Chehre Movie Or more of a Less than impactful supporting character?

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Yeah, I was really confused about her presence and appearance in the Chehre Movie, she appears after the half duration, almost after 1-hour running duration, and I was like Oh Damn, finally she appeared, now finally something exciting will happen. She was looking hot and gorgeous but was that enough for the audience to watch out for her character?

Where was the real spice everyone was looking for? Steamy hot romantic moments between Emran Hashmi and Krystle D’souza? No man, they were removed and edited out from the movie… But why? They were present in the trailer and promo songs as well… But in the whole movie, for which everyone was waiting, the moviemakers highly disappointed us. Why would an Emran Hashmi watch fan watch out for his film? Like obviously the actor is very well known mostly for his kissing scenes with his female co-stars… But Chehre Movie disappointed us in that case, and we are not so happy about this situation.

Talking about Krystle D’souza’s performance, it was fine. Not excellent, not so bad… No doubt she’s a very good Tv Actress and last year she’s made her successful OTT debut with the popular ALT Balaji Web Show “Fittrat” Also co-starring Aditya Seal and Anushka Ranjan in key roles. She completely nailed her role of “Talini Bisht”, And her charisma and glitz & glamours are still refreshed in my mind because she portrayed it well… But here, she kind of disappointed her fans I would say … Her character could be written more powerful or maybe execute impactfully but sadly, they failed in both directions.

Rhea Chakraborty was missing from all the trailers and promotions of the Movie… Why?

Right now when I am writing the Chehre movie review I would like to mention this point. Rhea Chakraborty was missing from all the trailers and promotions of the Movie… Why? Yes, that’s the big question why they did that to her just because of the fair of trolling and backlash from the people they completely ignored her character and presence from the Chehre Movie.

I could imagine how bad u can feel if the people will do the same with u if u have done work with them. It was obvious, that people will not stay quiet due to her controversy with the late actor Sushant Singh Rajput, but professionally she’s put her heart and soul into a character, she worked hard in the movie and what have makers done with her?

Chopped off her character badly, removed her name from all the promotional stunts and events… Not including her in any activity related to film as well… I can imagine it’s Rhea Chakraborty’s bad luck that she couldn’t Do anything with all this mess… But I’m glad that after all of this, she still shined in Chehre Movie with her less glamorous, shiny, and more of a lead role… Her character was shown to be very short yet less important till mid the movie, but after that when the movie progresses slowly, you witness her reasons for being quiet and shy, and obedient as well… She portrayed her character well and more impactfully I would say.

Chehre Movie Review-Final Verdict:

I would rate it 5/10 stars because it was an average and 50-50 kind of slow movie. The dialogues of Amitabh Bachchan were stretched and long and of course annoying to watch… But overall good for his and Emran Hashmi fans as well because they can enjoy their impactful performances.

FAQs:

Is Chehre hit or flop?

The eagerly anticipated film “Chehre,” which features Amitabh Bachchan and Emraan Hashmi, was finally released after a long delay. The film was launched recently. Directed by Rumi Jafry. Despite having an excellent cast, the movie has so far failed to perform well at the box office.

How can I watch Chehre?

You can watch Chehre movie on Hotstar, Amazon Prime, and Disney.

Is Chehre available on Netflix?

The digital rights to Chehre, the Amitabh Bachchan and Emraan Hashmi starrer, are held by Disney+ Hotstar (Netflix Expected) and the movie is made available digitally on Disney+ Hotstar, amazon prime video for its customers. After 30 September 2021, the film is available to stream online.

What is the story of Chehre movie?

An advertising company executive takes shelter at an elderly man’s house in the mountains during a life-threatening blizzard, but when the old man and his band of veterans trap him for a game of crime and punishment, he finds himself trapped.

Is Chehre copied?

Yes, Chehre movie is copied. The movie’s actual plot is adapted from an ancient famous novel “The Dangerous Game”.
Friedrich Durrenmatt’s Dangerous Game is a 1956 novel. Its German title, Die Panne, means “The Breakdown.” It is known as Traps in the United States. It follows the adventures of a journeyman who, when his car breaks down, is invited for dinner by a retired judge, after which nightmarish events ensue. The play was first produced as a radio script, but it was converted to prose almost immediately afterward. It won the 1956 Blind War Veterans’ Prize for best radio play and the literary Tribune de Lausanne award.

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