Chehre movie review- I was so surprised when i saw this movie trailer very first time. Its seems like finally a Hollywood type movie in Bollywood.
the concept shown in the trailer was truly amazing. i have planned to watch this movie on a big screen, Unfortunately, due to covid restriction, i have managed to watch it on OTT platform.
To be very honest, This movie was a uncredited adaptation of the 1956 German novel A Dangerous Game by Friedrich Dürrenmatt,
Which had earlier been adapted in Marathi as Shantata! Court Chaalu Aahe (1971) in Kannada as Male Nilluvavarege (2015) and in Bengali as Anusandhan (2021).
Chehre is a thriller that fails to thrill.the story composed by Ranjit Kapoor appears to be unpredictable, yet unfortunately, exactly when things are looking energizing, it gets so extended that it winds up losing its force.
- Amitabh Bachchan as Lateef Zaidi
- Emraan Hashmi as Sameer Mehra
- Krystle D’Souza as Natasha Oswal
- Rhea Chakraborty as Anna
- Tawhid Rike Zaman as Anna’s friend
- Siddhanth Kapoor as Joe
- Annu Kapoor as Paramjeet Singh Bhuller
- Samir Soni as G. S. Oswal
- Alexx O’Nell as Richard
- Dhritiman Chatterjee as Justice Jagdish Acharya
- Raghubir Yadav as Hariya Jatav
Anand Pandit Motion Pictures
Saraswati Entertainment Private Limited
Movie Budget –
Chehre Production Budget was 30 Crores
Prints and Advertising cost: 10 Crores
Chehre Box Office Collection of first week was 0.15 Crore Trade figure
Chehre Total Till 4th week was around 2.8 Crore Trade figure
Conclusion- This movie we can say another miss by Bollywood . This Movie failed to make reaction into a perfect action. Hatthi Mere Sathi and now chehre both got a very good plot but both miss to create impact to Bollywood fans