Chor Nikal Ke Bhaga Movie Review

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Chor Nikal Ke Bhaga Movie Review: A new film starring actress Yami Gautam, titled “Chor Nikal Ke Bhaga,” has been released on the direct OTT route. Directed by Ajay Singh, the movie features Sunny Kaushal in a vital role and is currently available for streaming on Netflix. The story follows Neha Grover (Yami Gautam), an air hostess who falls in love with a businessman named Ankit Sethi (Sunny Kaushal).

Chor Nikal Ke Bhaga Movie Review
Chor Nikal Ke Bhaga Movie Review

Chor Nikal Ke Bhaga Movie Review

Release DateMarch 24, 2023
StarringYami Gautham, Sunny Kaushal, Sharad Kelkar, Indranil Sengutpa & Others
DirectorAjay Singh
ProducersDinesh Vijan, Amar Kaushik
Music DirectorKetan Sodha
CinematographyGianni Giannelli
EditorCharu Thakkar

When Ankit reveals to Neha that he has an outstanding debt of 20 crores from a previous business, he is asked to do a diamond robbery to repay the debt. Despite Ankit’s refusal, Neha and Ankit eventually decide to do the theft on a plane carrying the diamonds. However, the plane gets hijacked by a group of terrorists, and the rest of the story explores whether Neha and Ankit can succeed in their heist.

The film‘s premise is exciting, combining heist and hijack elements to create a unique storyline. Yami Gautam gives a compelling performance as an air hostess and a worried girlfriend, while Sunny Kaushal delivers a decent performance. Sharad Kelkar’s brief appearance as an intelligent RAW officer also leaves a good impact. However, the film’s execution is disappointing, particularly during the hijack scene, which lacks conviction and comes across as silly. The fast-paced editing, while adequate, leaves one feeling that everything ended abruptly, and the reveal and payoff were underwhelming.

In conclusion, “Chor Nikal Ke Bhaga” has a good premise, but the execution falls short of expectations. Despite Yami Gautam’s strong performance, the movie fails to deliver a satisfying finish, leaving the audience wanting more. The film’s technical aspects, including the background score and cinematography, are decent, but the editing could have been better. If you enjoy genre-bending thrillers, you may still want to give this movie a chance.

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