Chor Chor Super Chor is an upcoming 2013 Hindi Comedy film directed by K. Rajesh and produced by Ved Kataria and Renu Kataria. The film features Deepak Dobriyal, Anshul Kataria and Priya Bathija as main characters. The film is to be released on August 02, 2013.Wikipedia
Chor Chor Super Chor Reviews
Turning the tables on someone usually is a fun thing. But the execution is amateurish, so is most of the acting, even if Dobriyal keeps some of it humming. This may have been a good half hour reality show, perhaps, but doesn't have enough for a full-length feature film.
A script like this, finessed into something sharp, would make for a fine film. This one will please Dobriyal fans, but its annoying need to act like a farce with a laugh-track is what ironically dashes its chances.
'Chor Chor Super Chor' is an intelligent film which has all the ingredients of a sleeper hit. It's a fantastic watch this weekend for its quirky narrative. You can pick 'Chor Chor Super Chor' for its jovial moments.
Don't go expecting a solid comedy and you won't be disappointed.
With some more enthusiasm and zest the film would have had a better impact. Watch it for the performances and some funny gags.
Chor Chor Super Chor is not a bad film but it shocks you with being dull and less promising as compared to what the trailer had promised. This is an interesting idea that is slayed due to a lack of zestful execution. I am going with 2/5. Watch it for Deepak Dobriyal alone! And if sanity and you are friends, avoid it!
CHOR CHOR SUPER CHOR has situations that have you laughing not at the comedy but at the ingenuity of the plot. This could have been one helluva movie. But like the robber, it gets trapped in its own doing. A clever idea done in by some not-so-clever thinking.
Exploring the Capital on the big screen is in vogue but not all the efforts reach their destination. This particular film comes very close to stealing its spot.
The story doesn’t make a lick of sense and that would’ve been fine had the film actually been funny instead of tedious.
This enjoyable film is a surprise. It sparkles with original wit directed at lives that would have been truly sad if they weren`t so funny.
When the plot comes to a cul-de-sac three-fourths the way in, it's almost as if some other film starts and needlessly stretches a secondary track to a primary climax and closes the romantic angle as if it were an afterthought.