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Rafoo Chakkar Movie Review  

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Rafoo Chakkar Movie Review
  Movie Review : Rafoo Chakkar
Rating : 1 / 5
Banner : Friday Picture & Shemaroo Entertainment
Cast : Aslam Khan, Nauheed Cyrusi, Shakti Kapoor, Sadashiv Amrapurkar, Tinu Anand, Archana Puran Singh, Meeta Vasisht, Yudisthar, Nisha Rawal, Anant Mahadevan and Others
Cinematography : K Raj Kumar
Music : Lalit Pandit
Producer: -
Director: B H Tharun Kumar
Released Date: September 26, 2008
Rafoo Chakkar Bollywood Movie Review

Story:
A stale tale, the story begins with two brothers Munnu (Aslam Khan) and Pappu (Yudhishtir) who grow up rich and are spoiled to the core. Their father (Ananth Mahadevan) is more on the stricter side and in order to put an end to their antics decides to get them married off. On knowing this, both brothers escape from home and in their journey they come across Julie (Cyrus) and Millie (Nisha) who are also out with an exact background. In no time both Munnu and Pappu fall for Julie and Millie respectively. Ironically, the marriages that have been fixed are actually between the said pairs only. During one instance, both the girls are saved by the spinster sisters Kokila (Archana Puran Singh) and Koena (Mita) from the hands of goons. They have their own set of issues as they hate men to the core but their dying father's last wish is to see them married. He also puts in a clause that the entire property will be given away to a trust if they don't get married before they turn 45. Both sisters have just 24 hours in their hand and luckily for them Munnu and Pappu break into their house only to get overpowered and emerge as the prospective grooms for the duo. What happens from there forms the rest of the story.

Rafoo Chakkar Hindi Cinema Review

Presentation:
The director has come up with an interesting plot in mind but then he has failed to come up with the required ammunition in the form of presentation or the narration. The major drawback of the movie is the script which was written weakly and the screenplay went wrong. The music was just about okay and did not prove its presence and the camera was barely okay. There are few points that make you laugh thanks to some witty dialogues but apart from that there is nothing else. On the other hand, there is Aslam Khan and Yudhistir who tried to give their best efforts and made through it gracefully but then Yudhistir still needs to work on his expressions. Nauheed looked sexy and did her bit for justice while Nisha still needs to work on her skills in a big way. Shakti Kapoor and Sadashiv Amrapurkar were grossly underutilized, Ananth Mahadevan was elegant. The real show stealer was Tinnu Anand who was hilarious. Archana did not have much to do since she has seen it all but then Mita surely looked alien in this environment.

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Conclusion:
Conceptually it is a well told tale but perceiving it on screen is the real thing that matters and the makers have failed big time. While the first half was more on the lighter side with its share of coincidences and the mushy mushy romantic stuff, it is the second half when things go absolutely topsy turvy with a poor script and the flavour is lost in a big way. The film could have made it big if only they had worked on fine-tuning the second half and also projecting more on the plot. This will sink in no time.

Bharatstudent Verdict : Not funny enough!!!

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