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Chehre Review | A Gripping Court Room Game

Chehre Review
Chehre Review

Today, we are going to review latest Hindi film Chehre. This is an interesting court room game with full of mystery and suspense.

Somewhere in mountains there is a bunglow of retired justice Jagdish Acharya (Dhritiman Chatterjee) where his friends meets and play an interesting game of mock trial. His friends includes retired criminal lawyers Lateef Zaidi (Amitabh Bachchan) and Paramjeet Singh Bhullar (Annu Kapoor), A hangman Hariya Jatav (Raghuvir Yadav). Anna (Rhea Chakraborty) is a young girl in this house who takes care of them and Joe (Siddhanth Kapoor) is Anna’s brother who is mute. They perform a mock trial on stranger.

Sameer Mehra is a CEO of an ad agency who is in hurry to reach Delhi. he took a shortcut and gets stuck in this mountain. Paramjeet Singh brings him to Justice Acharya’s house. Here after getting fresh they asked him to join on this game. With initial hesitation he agrees for it and they made him an accused in this game. After few interactions Lateef Zaidi puts him on trail for accused as murder of his boss.

During this game Sameer Mehra reveals too much about his recent stories and he starts getting feared when he got to know that Hariya is a real hangmen while Joe recently came after serving 7 years in jail.

Now you have to see what happens with Sameer. Is he really killed his boss (Sameer Soni) and what is his relationship with his boss’s wife Natasha Oswal (Krystle D’Souza).

Chehre will surely keep you hooked till first half. In second half story gets little lose. There is one monologue of Amitabh Bachchan in the end which is too long and contains so many things that it becomes boring.

Overall its a good watch and you will especially like it, if you enjoys court room drama kind of movies which also has suspense thriller involved.

Genre: Mystery, Suspense, Court Room Drama

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A reviewer and curator of latest web series, top movies, short films and interesting documentaries appearing on various OTT platforms.

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