Last Updated : 2020-06-21 18:33:58
Chhichhore will now be remembered as the last film of Sushant Singh Rajput. As India mourns the loss of the brilliant actor, Sushant Singh Rajput, his last movie Chhichhore will always remain special for his fans. Released on 6th September, 2019 the film received huge critical acclaim for its natural portrayal of hostel life in India. The film was commercially successful and a blockbuster, which unfortunately will now be referred to as the last film of Sushant Singh Rajput
Starring Sushant Singh Rajput and Shraddha Kapoor in the lead roles, the film received a great deal of appreciation for the message it conveys. The movie is an ode to college-time friendships, of the silly fights, immense competitions, budding romances and countless memories of the college days. Chhichhore is a movie with a riot of emotions which will definitely take you down the nostalgic memory lane. It conveys a vital message through its great engaging narrative. The film is high on humour and content-enough to keep the audience glued to the screens for a long-time.
The movie revolves around Raghav who succumbs to the immense pressure that comes with the cut-throat exams. He battles for his life in hospital as his high-achieving parents are seen regrouping with their friends after a long-time. The older generation reminisces their college days with the hope that all the bittersweet memories will help in saving the life of the teenage son who has lost his desire to live.
Chhichhore director has successfully created a beautiful world that is filled with vibrant and breezy energy. There are several genuinely funny moments and several frat boy jokes. The flashback mode with its brilliant packaging of romance, sports championships, comedy and some true but hard realities of hostel life makes Chhichhore different from all others.
The film is brilliantly loaded with several comic punches. The one-liners are a big take-away from the film along with the genuine jokes which makes the movie a complete winner. The storytelling is simple as flashback sequences are beautifully weaved into the present times, ensuring that the audiences are attentive.
This is a must-watch movie with your college pals. It has a relevant message to convey related to academic successes and failure which connect youngsters and their parents in a true way. It reveals that the journey is a lot more important than the destination. It conveys the message that losing is a part of life and is as critical as winning.
The film is relatable and relevant. Audiences have loved its uncomplicated screenplay, its gripping narrative and stellar performances by the leading characters.
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