Chup Full Movie Review

Chup Full Movie Review


We film critics didn't anticipate this nightmare until co-writer and director R Balki came up with the original notion of our tribe being mercilessly executed for giving a movie a certain rating. Top film critics are the target of a crazed killer who may be anyone and is currently at large. 

a frustrated director, a displeased actor, or simply a diehard movie buff. Because this serial murderer commits no mistakes and kills his victims with artistic skill, the police under the direction of inspector Arvind Mathur (Sunny Deol) are equally as ignorant.

Conceptually, Balki and his writing staff (Raja Sen and Rishi Virmani) have a new story that centres on the life of the critics for movies, whosoever's profession Hindi cinema has never really explored. Brilliantly, he spends the first half creating the plot and heightening the mystery.

Chup Full Movie Review

 As a result, the improbable romance between a young entertainment reporter named Nila (Shreya Dhanwanthary) and a lonely florist named Danny (Dulquer Salmaan) doesn't seem like much of a diversion.

 However, as the second half progresses, it becomes more difficult to care about Danny and Nila's tepid love story. Even though the screenplay makes an effort to keep everything relevant to the central theme of the violent killings, the story eventually becomes tedious. All that's left to do is wait for the final, big unveiling.

However, in a Bollywood thriller, that rarely pays off. And "Chup" is no different.

While the love story falls short, Balki's own passion for movies does not. He accomplishes numerous frames with immaculate shot-taking (by cinematographer Vishal Sinha) and a mesmerizingly great background score reimagined from classics by Guru Dutt like "Yeh Duniya agar mil bhi jaaye" and "Jaane kya tune kahi." This produces the eerie atmosphere that heightens the chills of the killer's meticulously planned murders.

Dulquer Salmaan gives it his all as the romantic and reclusive role. The actor struggles to balance his complex character, but he does a good job of it overall. Despite being adorable as the in love character, Shreya Dhanwanthary (of Scam 1992 fameprofession )'s as a journalist doesn't give her much room to shine.

 Sunny Deol returns with a bang. He does a good job portraying the wise and committed investigative officer while exercising the necessary restraint. And it's satisfying to see him work with Pooja Bhatt, who makes an impact in a small but crucial role. She portrays Zenobia, a fiery psychologist with strong opinions who seems tailor-made for her.

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