• Shashwat Sisodia
    Shashwat Sisodia
    234 reviews
    Top Reviewer
    7

    'Chhichhore', a few contrivances and clichés aside, is a very enjoyable, mostly amazing entertainment. While the story transitions from the nostalgia to the present, it makes important points about fear and bullying and friendship and falling relationships. It never finds comfort in the familiar.
    Above anything, 'Chhichhore' does submit everything, including the story, to the screens. It is not 'Dangal' kind of entertainment. But it has the same energy, and it is a masterclass on how to make a movie equal parts brilliant and mainstream. These friends keep you watching from start to finish. I hae never seen such an elevation in Hindi cinema. I kept me smiling.

    October 29, 19
  • Shashwat Sisodia
    Shashwat Sisodia
    234 reviews
    Top Reviewer
    7

    'Chhichhore', a few contrivances and clichés aside, is a very enjoyable, mostly amazing entertainment. While the story transitions from the nostalgia to the present, it makes important points about fear and bullying and friendship and falling relationships. It never finds comfort in the familiar.
    Above anything, 'Chhichhore' does submit everything, including the story, to the screens. It is not 'Dangal' kind of entertainment. But it has the same energy, and it is a masterclass on how to make a movie equal parts brilliant and mainstream.

    October 29, 19
  • Yusuf Abidin
    Yusuf Abidin
    2 reviews
    Member
    7

    After a gigantic success with Dangal, Nitesh Tiwari brings us this nostalgic film about a group of hostel friends who reunite with an unfortunate incident and remember the good old days, for good. This is not just a funny film but also an important film which deals with something which is rarely discussed (no spoilers intended). The film is loaded with extremely funny one-liners (Varun steals the show here) and performances that you’ll love to watch with your ‘Chhichhores” and feel good about yourselves”

    September 10, 19