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Chaar Din Ki Chandni  (2012 - Hindi)

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  • Chandni time for Tusshar, But for others it’s……

    Chaar Din Ki Chandni rating: 3 out of 10(Divya Solgama wrote on 08 Mar 2012)

    In 90’s we saw loads of slap stick comedy films, most of them starring Govinda-David Dhawan and his team full of Kader Khan, Shakti Kapoor & others. Few of these films had fantastic dialogs and script, but rest of them made its mark mostly due to the comic timing of the actor only. Then there were films by Priyadarshan which use to have countless numbers of character actors and plenty of different tracks running parallel to the main plot of the films. But then the focus shifted good comic actors joined by fantastic writing and some superb plots. Director Samir Karnik brings up his latest comedy “Char Din Ki Chandni” after the super success of his last years comedy ‘Yamla Pagla Deewana’. But this time there is just one normal hero with loads of character actors, will he hit the bull’s eye? Let’s find out.

    “Char Din Ki Chandni” is story of Veer Singh {Tusshar Kapoor} a Rajput belonging to royal family consisting of orthodox father His Highness Chandraveer Singh {Anupam Kher}, Mother {Anita Raj}, Brothers {Harish, Chandrachud Singh, Mukul Dev & Sushant Singh} and a sister. On occasion of his sister’s marriage Veer comes to India after completing his studies in London along with his love Chandni {Kulraj Randhawa}. He wants to get married with Chandni, but since she is not a Royal Blood he introduces her as a reporter from London. To add more worries Chandni’s Parents {Om Puri & Farida Jalal} too joins the family for marriage. What happens next is what the entire film about.

    Story has shades from some Govinda – David Dhawan / Priyadarshan films and few more. The whole concept of all brothers falling in love with the same girl and how hero gets a double identity so can succeed in his love and few more are superb. But lack of some good one liners in the first hour of the film makes it’s the worst part of the film. If you can sit through the first one hour then you might start loving some parts and the basic loud humor of this film. The second half is full of kiosk and at many times one does wonder what’s happening in the film. But then there are few good scenes like Tusshar & Kulraj joined by gang of brothers in Gym, The whole Tusshar get up change and fooling his uncle, Om Puri introducing Rana Jung Bahadur as Kulraj’s Father and some minor stuff. On the flip side the whole introduction of all character keeps going on like a never ending story, followed by some weird and over the top scenes establishing each character, topped by some loud performances by most of the characters. The climax is total wastage of time. Camera work and Editing is fine.

    Music by Sandesh Shandilya, RDB, Shiv Hari & Abhishek Ray is fine, but nothing great. The remix version of ‘Rang Bhare Badal’ & ‘Kangna’ are the most popular track from the film. Shatir, Radha Rani and others are pretty average.

    Samir Karnik’s last work ‘Yamla Pagla Deewana’ was loved by Multiplex and Single screen audience. But out here this time his prime focus is for Single screen and thus he has forced some loud and over the top performance in this film. The actors are reacting strangely for without the reason in the film. He had a fantastic concept, but should have worked more over the writing part and most important the casting. His hero is pretty weak and his heroine is not a star puller of a diva. It’s a pity to see that in the name of Single Screen film, the director takes its audience Cinematic level for granted. Yes what mass wants is entertainment, but for that you don’t have to force in everything. There will be certain section of people who might love this over the top mad cap film and some might just enjoy for its sheer nonsense. Also at many points the director looked possessed by the beauty and charm of his actress, which I guess the audience might not agree.

    Tusshar Kapoor has regularly proved that he is a bad actor who fails to improve even after so many films. Luckily he has got some good films thanks to his sister and the Golmaal Franchisee. But a whole movie on his shoulders is a nightmare. If actor like Govinda or Akshay Kumar would have done this role, they would have made huge impact with their comic timing and fantastic performances. Kulraj looked cute and charming in Chintuji and Yamla Pagla Deewana, but out here that charm was missing. A whole movie centered on this character needed some big actress. Chandrachud Singh and Sushant Singh in some scenes were good. Anupam Kher was too loud, followed by Om Puri and Johnny Lever. It was good to see Anita Raj back on screen. Mukul Dev was cheap with his change of Rupees 50 scenes. Rahul Singh was nice. I fail to understand what were Harish, Farida Jalal and few other actors were doing in this film.

    So bol meri ‘Filmi Khopdi’ is film mein kitna hai Dum ?
    Dum sirf kutch gine chune scenes main hai. Besides some good scenes, few one liners there is nothing much in this mindless comedy. If you like nonsense type of films, then you might like this film. The biggest positive point of this film is even after so many loud performances the film moves very fast and does not give you time to curse yourself. There was one dialog by Chandrachud Singh in the film ‘Main Yahaa Kya Kar Raha Hu”, well that was exactly what I felt throughout the film. The movie might find some liking in single screens over the festival time, but on overall basis its Chandni time for Tusshar {Over the solo release} But for others it’s just dark night.

    Ratings : 1.5/5

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