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Film: Chhichhore,

Genre: Drama,

Director: Nitesh Tiwari

Cast: Sushant Singh Rajput,Shraddha Kapoor,Prateik Babbar.

When questioned about our life's best days, most of us go into flashback mode and think about our day at school and college. The time shenanigans and midnight cravings came hand in hand when friends were family and midnight friends. Nostalgia, followed by envy, hits you when you see a group of carefree learners in college. Since time is moving in one direction.

Tiwari, IIT Bombay passout, tap into this nostalgia and introduce us to Chhichhore, to evoke memories of our college. College dramas are something the audience has always focused on, regardless of the generation. For a good movie, it's the safest bet. Some hostel pranks, a college romance, promise to stay in contact with friends, a sports tournament, a tragedy -and you have a full-on entertainer for yourself.

Academia's uber-competitiveness, along with its increasing rates of stress and anxiety, threatens to substitute youth's carefree days during one's college days. This is the hypothesis at the center of the recent' Chichhore' offering by Nitesh Tiwari. Annirudh (Rajput) and Maya (Kapoor) are a divorced couple brought together in the most sensitive of scenarios: suicide has been attempted by their teenage son Raghav. Doctor and Annirudh feel that a happy glimpse of college life is to be shown as the only cure for the fragile mental state of Raghav. And so with his son, Annirudh takes a stroll down memory road, back to college where he met Maya and forged relationships for a lifetime.

In this movie Tiwari keeps a breezy hand throughout the film and ensures that even in the darker times it doesn't get too depressing. There are plenty of nostalgia and hot, feel-good moments, some frat-boy jokes, and some moments of genuine laugh-out-loud.

According to the cast, both the college student and the elderly mother make Shraddha Kapoor efficient. This is contrary to Rajput, who as a young college student is very nice, but in the older scenes flounders. Among others, the comic timing of Varun Sharma is remarkable, while credible performances are enhanced by Tahir Raj Bhasin and Prateik Babbar.

Director Nitesh Tiwari, after the huge blockbuster Dangal, back on the chair of the director, does all that. He is the first-bencher who would bring all notes point-by-point meticulously down and write them back on the reply sheet without any creativity. Chhichhore is a classic case of learning the formula to rotate success but not understanding how to use it in real-life syndrome. The movie begins with the son of Aniruddh and Maya (Sushant Singh Rajput and Shraddha Kapoor) engaged in a tragedy after failing to obtain a coveted position at India's top engineering university, unlike his dad and mother who were rank holders.

Chhichhore movie full review.

The movie begins with the son of Aniruddh and Maya (Sushant Singh Rajput and Shraddha Kapoor) engaged in a tragedy after failing to obtain a coveted position at India's top engineering university, unlike his dad and mother who were rank holders. This brings Aniruddh and his college colleagues together -Varun Sharma as Sexa, Tahir Raj Bhasin as Derek, Naveen Polishetty as Acid, Tushar Pandey as Mummy and Saharsh Shukla as Bevda. The gang begins to tell the child stories of their eventful college life, who despite the conditions can talk obviously in the film, hoping their tale can enhance his situation.

So they go into the flashback and see the actors tell the story of their lively college life to Aniruddh and Maya's son, and us. The film's tone is as incoherent as it can be. In one scene, while speaking to his son, you'll see Sushant crying, and in the next, he's planning pranks with his college buddies. It's not a seamless transition. Director Nitesh Tiwari aims to have tracks run parallel to each other -past and present -but it just doesn't work. The sudden shift from melancholic songs to upbeat music does not assist the audience know what Nitesh is attempting to do with the movie.

In the time of college dramas involve powerful performances, with the tale that the lead actors need to assist propel the movie. But Sushant and Shraddha are going to leave you hanging in Chhichhore. It is the supporting cast of the film, a shout to Varun Sharma, which carries on their shoulders the burden of the whole film. The performance of Sushant as the dad of the middle ages is nothing less than a caricature. Even if the doctor describes the situation of his son to him, with a blank expression he sits there. He sobs, tries to wipe his tearless eyes, but just doesn't persuade the crowd that he's heartbroken.

Like Maya, Shraddha is not very compelling either. For every mood, the actress has one expression, and we've seen too much of that one expression by now. In addition, the script of the film also confines her personality to being just a beautiful face that is always there to cheer from the stands for her boyfriend.

In Chhichhore, Varun Sharma offers another notable performance. He receives the film's finest punchlines and delivers them in a distinctive style of his own. Their performances also leave an imprint on Naveen Polishetty and Tushar Pandey.

Final Word.

It's not too hasty to write. Some scenes will split you up, but they're packed with cliches. Imagine every punchline a college drama can have and a few more. Now imagine stuffing them all into a movie. That's Chhichhore. Chhichhore delivers an important message on the pressure of the examination, quite literally, with Sushant specifying the message in a speech just in case you haven't even seen it after 2 hours. The movie feels like an chance missed. Director Nitesh Tiwari had an attractive topic for all generations, but he fails to produce the magic a memorable college drama should have had.

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