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The Bollywood thriller Chehre, which translates to Face, is directed by Rumi Jaffery Rumi Jaffery is a Writer, Director, and an Actor. >> Read More... . Anand Pandit Anand Pandit is also known as Anand, was born and >> Read More... produced the movie with Saraswati Entertainment Private Limited. It features and Emraan Hashmi Emraan Hashmi is one of the most successful & cont >> Read More... in lead roles. Rhea Chakraborty Recently been appraised for his role in Sonali Cab >> Read More... , Krystle D’Souza, Siddhanth Kapoor Siddhanth Kapoor is the son of the famous actor, S >> Read More... , Annu Kapoor Annu Kapoor or born as AnilKapoor, is an Indian mo >> Read More... , Alexx O’Nell, , Dhritiman Chatterjee Dhritiman Chatterjee is a Bengali stage, film acto >> Read More... , and Raghubir Yadav Raghubir Yadav is an Indian movie, television and >> Read More... are in the supporting roles. It is a loose adaptation of the 1956 German novel ‘A Dangerous Game’ by Friedrich Dürrenmatt.
Sameer Mehra, an ad agency executive, runs into a group of retired law professionals. He takes shelter at their house due to extreme weather. Sameer soon gets involved in a dangerous game of mock trial where he plays the accused along with Acharya, the judge, Bhullar, the defence lawyer, and Latif, the public prosecutor. As details about his personal and professional life get revealed, Sameer finds himself stuck in the situation without any escape. The movie is in the form of a courtroom drama. It deals with the decisions one makes in their lifetime and how every decision has consequences.
The lead actors have put forward remarkable performances. The chemistry between Amitabh Bachchan and Emraan Hashmi is good.
Chehre sheds light on the state of criminal justice in India. The idea is interesting, but the execution falls short. It starts on an exciting note but goes downhill due to poor writing. It has some visually stunning scenes showcasing the beauty of the hillsides of India. It has an engaging feel, but the script makes viewers lose interest. The movie has unnecessary rants about injustice in society. The plot twists are often too predictable.
What’s Not There?
Chehre had the potential to be a unique mystery thriller, but the poor writing made it boring. The long storyline and predictable plot twists could not keep the viewers hooked. Right when things look exciting, it gets stretched out and loses momentum. With good editing, it could have been a more engaging watch.
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