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Chal Bhaag (2014)

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Majorly shot in Delhi and Mumbai, the film starts with a politician and his aides being bumped off in his car by a dreaded don's three shooters, thus giving the cops a reason to be on their toes. Around the same time, Munna Supari [Deepak Dobriyal], Bunty [Tarun Bajaj] and Daler Singh [Varun Mehra] also get arrested for petty crimes. Due to the pressure of the don demanding the release of his three men, the police inspector frees the don's men and replaces them with Munna, Bunty and Daler. The real story unfolds when this trio find themselves embroiled in a fake encounter plot. 

CHAL BHAAG goes haywire right from the word go. The film has an interesting premise, but the director doesn't have the grip on the plot and it shows in the film. The same goes for the film's music. The songs are forced in the narrative to get the film going. The sole saving grace is its background score. The flaws could have been covered had the editing been razor-sharp.

Release Date: Jun 13, 2014
Language: Bollywood Length: 01 hrs 52 mins
Cast: Deepak Dobriyal, Varun Mehra, Tarun Bajaj, Keeya Khanna, Sanjay Mishra, Yashpal Sharma, Mukesh Tiwari
Director: Prakash Saini
Music Director: Satish Kashyap
Producer: Mohammad Zaheer Mehdi
Genre: Action Entertainer
Writer: Tarun Bajaj
Advisory: U/a
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Chal Bhaag (2014) Majorly shot in Delhi and Mumbai, the film starts with a politician and his aides being bumped off in his car by a dreaded don's three shooters, thus giving the cops a reason to be on their toes. Around the same time, Munna Supari [Deepak Dobriyal], Bunty [Tarun Bajaj] and Daler Singh [Varun Mehra] also get arrested for petty crimes. Due to the pressure of the don demanding the release of his three men, the police inspector frees the don's men and replaces them with Munna, Bunty and Daler. The real story unfolds when this trio find themselves embroiled in a fake encounter plot. CHAL BHAAG goes haywire right from the word go. The film has an interesting premise, but the director doesn't have the grip on the plot and it shows in the film. The same goes for the film's music. The songs are forced in the narrative to get the film going. The sole saving grace is its background score. The flaws could have been covered had the editing been razor-sharp. . thumbnail text Be the first to review
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