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Chaar Din Ki Chandni

Chaar Din Ki Chandni

09 Mar, 2012
2 hrs 15 mins
18 votes
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Chaar Din Ki Chandni is a comedy with the essence of romance, set against the backdrop of Rajasthan at a four-day wedding. A complete family entertainer, the film revolves around a Rajput family and a family from Punjab, who are caught in a situation that creates a comedy of errors.
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Cute-as-a-button Chandni (Randhawa, sassy but not boringly sexy) wins everyone`s hearts - but Rajasthan Royal Kher`s adamant on a Rajput bride for Veer. Thus, this love story lingers under a razai, Chandni pretending to be a journalist covering the wedding, Veer seeking a way out, his brothers falling over the cognac-eyed heroine. When her parents - Om Puri in a scintillating performance, Farida Jalal in standard shalwars - show up, they mesh with the madness. Puri pretends to be Punjab`s best wedding decorator (he`s done the finest shaadis - `Zail Singh to Manmohan Singh`s`) while Kher suddenly decrees dear Chandni should marry a good Punjabi boy. Enter `Pappi Sardar` - Kapoor proving his flair for comedy that`s alternately quiet, then blaringly loud. ...Read full review
Char Din Ki Chandni isn`t about the fracas which ensues a few days before the wedding. It isn`t about dysfunctional relationships in large families. Neither does it tell us about the so-called royal families of Rajasthan . It`s a romance of sorts set against the backdrop of the desert, which according to the producers is one giant mishmash of garish sets, guns, pistols, a few women sporting the obligatory ghaghra-cholis ...Read full review
CHAAR DIN KI CHANDNI shows a lot of promise as a good comedy film early on, but totters in between. Johnny Lever`s character is introduced well, but soon disappears, only to appear briefly again. To my mind, that is a huge waste, having Johnny and not making optimum use of his presence. The `royal` (high caste-low caste) standing too gets a bit tedious. Somehow, director Samir Karnik manages to hold the film together and does come up with some hilarious scenes that will leave you in splits. ...Read full review
Too much of old wine in a new bottle defines this flick the best. It runs short on originality, both in terms of substance and style. In the age, where Indian cinema boasts of out of the box and techno savvy concepts, films like Chaar Din come as a shocker with a thin plotline which revolves around a `Hero`, `Heroine` and a villain for a `Baap`. The only saving grace are some noteworthy performances, but they too fall prey to poorly written dialogues ...Read full review