Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- Bhushan Kumar
- Pragya Kapoor
- Krishan Kumar
- Chandan Arora
- Supratik Sen
- Abhishek Kapoor
- Vaani Kapoor
- Karishma Singh
- Music Composer:
- Sachin Sanghvi
- Jigar Saraiya
- Script, screenplay, and direction are excellent
- The chemistry between the stars is good
- The supporting actors have done a perfect job
- Nothing big as a minus point
Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui is a romance-drama scripted and directed by Abhishek Kapoor. It is co-scripted by Supratik Sen and Tushar Paranjpe. Bhushan Kumar, Pragya Kapoor, Krishan Kumar, and Abhishek Nayyar produced the film. Manoj Lobo cranked the camera, and editing is by Chandan Arora. Sachin – Jigar composed the music. The film has Ayushmann Khurrana, Vaani Kapoor, Abhishek Bajaj, Kanwaljit Singh, Gourav Sharma, Gautam Sharma, Yograj Singh, Aanjjan Srivastav, Karishma Singh, and Girish Dhamija.
Manvinder Munjal is a bodybuilder and owns a gym. He takes part in the body-building championship and aims to win the title. While he concentrates on his ambition, his business sees a downfall. Maanvi Brar gets appointed as the Zumba instructor in the gym. Maanvi has a troubled past. Manu and Maanvi fell in love soon. When Maanvi’s father accepts her choice, her mom is against it. In Manu’s family, his father is waiting for him to get married soon, as the widower plans to marry his girlfriend. What happens next? Did Manu and Maanvi tie the knot? The rest of the film deals with it.
Ayushmann Khurrana is excellent in the role, Manu. His body language and facial expressions are perfect. His six-pack abs proved that he toned his body to fit the character. Vaani is neat with her performance. Girish Dhamija, Kanwaljit Singh, Goutam Sharma, Gourav Sharma, Aanjjan Srivastav, and Tanya Abrol had performed decently.
The story is not new, but the way of filming is impressive. The stars are picked and placed perfectly. The chemistry between the leads is adorable. Abhishek, Supratik Sen, and Tushar Paranjape had worked well with the screenplay. The screenplay is quick-paced and comes with many exciting moments and the sequences are well-arranged. The director has given the lead to the next sequence with simple yet interesting dialogues and the mood of the stars, who are focused in that sequence. The cinematography is fantastic with vibrant colors, and the editing is crisper. The art director should be appreciated for the beautiful backdrops.
What’s Not There?
The film is impressive with its visuals, BGM, performances, and direction. The director has successfully impressed the targeted audience. Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui – an excellent romantic story!