After Akshay Kumar’s Bell Bottom, another movie is set for its theatrical release. The mystery thriller “Chehre” stars Amitabh Bachchan and Emraan Hashmi. Although there was a plan to release Chehre in April before the second wave of the pandemic, the Corona outbreak was such that there was a strict lockdown across the country and the manufacturers’ release planning was ruined. Chehre will be released on August 27 according to the new schedule. What’s great about the movie is that Akshay has made a positive debut in theaters despite the difficult situation. Chehre is directed by Rumi Jaffrey. Starcast is fiercely dedicated to promotion. There is an interest in the film in Bollywood and beyond due to various reasons. Let us know five of those reasons the face can be seen in Amitabh-Imran’s partner.
# 1. the theme of the movie
From the Chehre trailer it was clear that the theme of the mystery thriller could be successful in keeping the audience hooked. The way the plots, twists and turns are coming out in Chehre’s trailer, manages to impatient audience interest. The history of the mystery thriller is woven through a game and a past. The game is dangerous and deadly. The true mystery of the story is hidden in these two things. Amitabh plays an elderly lawyer named Veer Singh. Entrepreneur Imran comes to Veer Singh and his circle of friends in snowy weather. How does it get there, what is the purpose of the game and why is the game, the result of all these questions makes a movie worth watching. The trailer looks amazing based on the mystery thriller. It’s also reminiscent of BR Chopra’s classic thrillers Dhund, Kanoon, and Ittefaq.
# 2. Presence of veteran artists
The star cast of the face is very good. Amitabh Bachchan and Emraan are in the main roles. Their work looks good in the trailer. Apart from these two, Annu Kapoor, Raghuveer Yadav and Dhritiman Chatterjee, who are among the veteran actors of Hindi cinema, also have important roles. But more importantly, Riya Chakraborty joins the film’s stellar cast. After the death of Sushant Singh Rajput, Riya’s name has generated much controversy. The anger of one group was also shown against him on social media. After Sushant’s death, in a way, Riya is returning to Bollywood through her face. All eyes will be on Riya. Although the creators of the film have kept Riya away from publicity for the film until now. But his role in the film is important and it will be a matter of discussion to see him perform after the Sushant episode.
# 3. Emraan’s charisma will work with Amitabh
Emraan Hashmi has been wandering around in search of success for a long time. Maybe Chehre could be the movie to end his drought. Having Amitabh Bachchan will definitely support you. There are many veteran actors in the movie. Emraan will have to prove it or else there will be room for Lime Light to take other artists in his place. By the way, there wasn’t much discussion about Imran’s previous films. Due to the theme of the face and the attractiveness of the stars, you have a great opportunity to show your potential. It remains to be seen whether they exploited it or not. Previously, Amitabh appeared in the comedy-drama Gulabo Sitabo released on OTT. Amitabh received a lot of praise on the film. Chehre may turn out to be another great Big B movie for fans of the actor.
# 4. movie dialogue
Along with the face story, his lines look so much better. In the trailer, Amitabh’s dialogue in his seductive style “There is no justice in our court. There is no justice. There is no justice.” The glimpse of Annu Kapoor and other actors’ spoken dialogue with Amitabh guarantees that Chehre can also turn out to be a good film in terms of dialogue.
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# 5. Rumi Jaffrey inspires confidence
Chehre is directed by Rumi Jaffrey. Films like Gali Gali Chor Hai, Life Partner, and God Tussi Great Ho cannot be considered big hits, but their themes were fresh and entertaining. Rumi is also a writer and has written stories, scripts, and dialogue for many films. Chehre is your ambitious project. Hopefully his work at Chehre doesn’t disappoint audiences in terms of freshness and freshness.