• Dumb, offensive, and unfunny in equal measure, ‘Chaar Din Ki Chandni’ has no merits whatsoever, including its singularly unappealing cast, some of whom (Anita Raaj, Chandrachur Singh, Mukul Dev) seem to have been pulled out of cold-storage to make fools of themselves here. Particularly insensitive to Sikhs and gays, this exhausting film saps you of your energy, and your will to visit the cinema again anytime soon.

  • This film is best avoided unless you want to see how the classic Yash Chopra hit song “Chandni, Tu Meri Chandni” has been ruthlessly murdered.

  • Srijana Mitra Das
    Srijana Mitra Das
    Times Of India


    Like a shaadi ka band, CDKC’s tone is mostly raucous – and good fun. Its script crosses swords with British writer P G Wodehouse’s zany plots (castle full of imposters, suspicious uncles, a mosquito-bitten Johnny Lever) while paying hurried homage to masala-mixed Bollywood, leaving little time to worry about subtlety or depth.

  • What’s Good: The farcical comedy and the outlandish characters that work very well; the post-interval portion; good performances; two songs.What’s Bad: The ordinary first half; the less developed romantic track; the other songs, besides the two good numbers.Verdict: Chaar Din Ki Chandni is an entertaining and enjoyable fare which will keep the audience in splits.Loo break: Not really.Watch or Not?: Watch it for feeling truly refreshed with the mad-hatter comedy.

  • Taran Adarsh
    Taran Adarsh
    Bollywood Hungama


    CHAAR DIN KI CHANDNI is not a movie to be taken seriously. Neither does it boast of an intensely ingenious tale. Nor is there an intellectual appealing screenplay in place, right from commencement till the very conclusion. But what keeps the film going are some ridiculously comical sequences. Despite the emphasis on barmy and wacky situations, despite the jokes being puerile and infantile, the movie keeps you entertained for most parts, especially in its second hour. The motive, therefore, is served. On the whole, uninhibited and naughty, CHAAR DIN KI CHANDNI is an enjoyable madcap comic caper with adequate frenzied moments to keep you in your seats. A good laugh is assured!

  • CHAAR DIN KI CHANDNI shows a lot of promise as a good comedy film early on, but totters in between.Somehow, director Samir Karnik manages to hold the film together and does come up with some hilarious scenes that will leave you in splits. CHAAR DIN KI CHANDNI is not all that bad. It’s a good family entertainer if you are looking to lighten up your mood.

  • Pooja Rao
    Pooja Rao


    CDKC is a reiteration that Tusshar cannot work his way in solo-hero projects. The only respite then to this cinematic insult is a feisty performance by Kulraj Randhwa, who true to her on-screen name ‘chandni’ lights up the proceedings with her screen presence. Her dialogue delivery is sharp, chemistry with each of her co-actors is convincing.