Shekhar Sirrinn directed chicken Curry Law. Natalia Janoszek, Nivedita Bhattacharya, Ashutosh Rana, Mukesh Hariawala, Aman Verma and Zakir Hussain are in the ca

Chicken Curry Law Movie Review

Chicken Curry Law Movie Review Hindi Movie Review
Review for the film " Chicken Curry Law"
Runtime: 2 Hours 07 Minutes
Certificate: A
Released: 09-08-2019
Genre: Drama
2 / 5.0



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Maya Johnson is a foreign lady who gets raped by a Minister’s sons. She was left on the road by those guys and Satya Deshmukh comes across Maya’s case. Satya is a social worker. She seeks justice for Maya and approaches Sitapati Shukla, a genuine advocate, who had been away from the court and cases, as he lost the trust in the judicial system. Did he take up the case? Did the girl get justice? Watch the film to get the answer to these questions.

Star Performance

Although the film has good stars, their performance is unimpressive, due to the screenplay and narration.


This story is not new to Bollywood. If the screenplay is impressive, the performance of the stars would have been projected. The scenes are very much predictable and this is the biggest drawback. The comedy is not a relief, but an extra burden. The main story starts with good dialogue but fails to continue the same and impress the audience.

What’s There?

  • Star casting is good

What’s Not There?

  • The script, screenplay and narration are weak
  • Comedy didn’t work out
  • Subplots and dialogues disappoint


With the known script and predictable scenes, the film didn’t impress the audience. If you don’t have anything to watch this weekend, you could try this; but watch it at your risk.