- Movie – Motichoor Chaknachoor
- Director – Debamitra Biswal
- Star cast- Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Athiya Shetty, Vibha Chibber, Navni Parihar and Vivek Mishra
- Producer – Viacom 18 Motion Pictures
- Production Company – Viacom 18 Motion Pictures and Woodpecker Movies Private Limited
- Writer- Bhupendra Singh
- Cinematography – Suhas Gujarathi
- Editor- Praveen Kathikuloth
- Ratings – 3.5
Motichoor Chaknachoor Plot
The film talks about a hilarious story of a 36-year-old man called Pushpender played by Nawazuddin Siddiqui who is unemployed and is willing to find a wife, while on the other side we have Anita played by Athiya Shetty who is also on a groom hunt who is an NRI. This remains the catch as Pushpender poses himself as an NRI who remains jobless, while Anita wants to settle abroad after marriage. So, what goes next is interesting to catch in the romantic comedy in your nearby cinema.
Motichoor Chaknachoor Review
The film has an interesting story, which is somewhere the dream of any typical middle-class young girl who aspires to marry an NRI to see the world around. The makers have somewhere leveraged this every next door dream of a typical middle-class young girl in an interesting way and they are in many ways were able to pose it right on the silver screen. The film opens up slow but soon gains momentum making people laugh with its funny dialogues and interesting puns cracked too often in the romantic comedy.
Talking about the performances, Nawazuddin Siddiqui playing the jobless Pushpender has done a decent job and has impressed the audience in a big way. He has skillfully able to portray the right blend of emotions over the silver screen. Athiya Shetty in her role as Anita also did a decent job, yet she has to learn a lot as she somewhere failed to portray the right set of emotions that were required to put the character right in the film. The others like Vibha Chibber, Navin Parihar and others also did a decent job.
Talking about the other elements like music and songs, they seemed good and extended the right emotions before the media in a big way. The special appearance of Sunny Leone in the song Battiyan Bujhaado seemed icing on the cake. The direction seemed okay and thanks to the actors like Siddiqui who gave the best support to the film. The background score was better, while the photography, choreography, editing, screenplay and other technical elements also seemed good.
Motichoor Chaknachoor The Last word
Mootichoor Chaknachoor is a decent film to enjoy when it comes to comedy and an interesting story. However, if you are not the fan of Siddiqui, you can take a break as it may not be your genre to enjoy a comedy. But for people looking for something light, MC is the right choice this weekend.