Chup Chup Ke – A very brief review

by Vinaya HS on June 23, 2006

in The Mumbai Blog

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Yesterday, I had my first “Gold Class Multiplex Experience” at Cinemax in Infinity Mall. And it cost me just 150 bucks! It was also my first easy recliner experience. I have decided to invest in one as soon as I come back to Bangalore. Now lets digress to the main topic — the movie.

Chup Chup Ke has its strengths and weaknesses. It has an okish plot, the songs are good, and the acting is quite decent. However, the endless antics of Paresh Rawal and his sidekick tends to get on your nerves after a while. Paresh Rawal needs to choose his movies wisely, lest he wants to spoil his image. There’s some emotional mishmash at the end where Jeetu (Shahid Kapoor) finds himself in a dilemma, having to choose between two damsels. The end is, however, quite predictable. Watch this movie if you have nothing better to do.




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Raj June 26, 2006 at 4:29 PM

Ya, it was okay. THe second half was miserable tho.

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