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Chintu Ji  (2009 - Hindi)

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  • Chintu Ji rating: 9 out of 10(Aakash Barvalia wrote on 17 Sep 2009)

    ‘Worth a watch’ and “Must a watch’!

    As per Chintuji urf Rishi Kapoorji who told us that “I am the only actor by this name and not a politician”. This describes a whole or a lot of what the movie is actually about.

    In short “This movie is all about how to be a human being”.

    The story is about all the villagers living in that small village very peacefully and happily. Villagers were actually wishing that their name of village should be recognized by people. Rishi Kapoor as an actor wanted to become a politician and was invited in this small village where he was actually born. He thought this would be his best USP and so he hired a PR “Kulraj” to help him. But later he was getting very uncomfortable in that village as the entire village and their villagers were very pure and Rishi Kapoorji wants alcohol, non-veg, and all the demands which the villagers were very uncomfortable. But only because of Chintuji they were serving them happily with a smile on their face.

    Some of my favorite scenes which I personally learnt many things from it:

    I liked that dialogue where the villagers often say to themselves “theek hain hum yeh paap karenge sirf chintuji ke liye par hum iske liye prayaschit bhi karenge, teen din ka nirjal upvaas”. Too good and so many things to learn, from this, such a small statement.

    Also the famous intro of the film, where all the villagers are describing the problems which they are facing but not in a criticizing way but in a way that they are thankful to god what they are actually having and hoping that one day all problems will be vanished off. Inshort “Yahan sab theek hain”!

    Chintuji always complains about all the things and the villagers always try to satisfy their needs. No taking negatives form the other side, only serving positive with a smile on the face. Wonderful!

    A village where the money is not taken from guests but Policewalas gives their money by whatever they eat, drink or purchases.

    A village where all the villagers request the electric department to cut off their electricity only to serve a full day AC to Chintuji.

    A star that was treated as God, served as god, but still was very rude to all those people, still they all served him as god and treated him as god no matter what he thinks about them.

    Villagers who celebrated their marriage function quietly and silently without any noise just because Chintuji was getting disturbed.

    An incomplete shooting made in the village as Rishiji was the actor in the film. As village was small so many shooting crew members were accommodate to the houses of the villagers. The spot boys and all stolen some money, did a normal verbal teasing to a girl, but still all the villagers said “they are guests of Chintuji and they are going today so let them go peacefully and safely”. Also they made some foods and sweets for their journey.

    Chintuji betrayed all the villagers by making all the high promises for just because of some money, still all the villagers worshiped him.

    Many things to write, many things to learn, but just having a small page. At the end I just remembered one dialogue given by Feroz Khan “Buraiee kitni bhi badi ho, lekin achaiee ke saamne, choti pad jaati hain”

    Last but not least, Rating: 4.5 / 5

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