Movie Review: Diamond rigging and strange hijack, Yami-Sunny’s ‘Chor Nikal Ke Bhaga’ will blow your mind

Chor Nikal Ke Bhaga Review: There is a glut of films on the OTT platform and every day some or the other film is released. recently Yami Gautam and Sunny Kaushal’s film thief ran away Released. This film has been directed by Ajay Singh and this movie has been released on Netflix. In today’s films, the script is being kept on priority. But sometimes this caution can also become a cause of loss. In such a situation, preparing a balanced script is a big challenge for the writers. The audience likes twists and turns. And with this twist and turns, the film Chor Nikal Ke Bhaga has been made. Let us know how the film is and for what reasons you can watch it.

What is the story?

Talking about the story of the film, there is newness in it. That’s why you cannot predict every single scene. This is also the special thing of this film. In this, Yami Gautam’s character falls in love with Sunny Kaushal’s character. But Sunny is playing at a different level. He is trying to repay his loan using Yami. But Yami is really in love with Sunny. She is an air hostess and Sunny is a businessman who has huge debts. To repay this loan, he traps Yami in his trap. Together they steal the diamond, in which Yami, unaware of Sunny’s truth, jumps in to help him.

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But when Yami comes to know that Sunny is cheating on her, then her heart gets hurt. She decides to take revenge from Sunny and makes a strategy against Sunny. Together they steal the diamond, in which some government employees also help them. They have their own selfishness. The script of the film is on diamond rigging and plane hijack. Also, this story is about the revenge of a woman who was cheated in love and used.

weak side

There is romance, suspense and many rapid turns in this film of Yami Gautam and Sunny Kaushal, but the film has not worked on humor at all. The way you cleverly use humor to make the scenes of the film more alive, there is a great lack of it in this film. Apart from this, in order to understand any film, it is necessary to keep in mind that there should be some stagnation in it, but in this film you will not see any stagnation anywhere. One aspect does not end when another begins. And before one can understand what the other side was, the third one starts.

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There is no life in the dialogues of the film. Nor has any special type of character been coined to engage people. It seems that all the weight has been put on the script of the film and not much effort has been put on other things.

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deep side

Coincidentally, what is one of the weak sides of the film is also the strong side of the film. Or rather say that this is the only strong side. Dialogues and humor in the film cannot be expected at all. Overall, this film is just a one time watch movie. But you will get engrossed in the twists and turns of the script of this movie in such a way that you will not even know when the final stage of the film has come. So you can enjoy this 2-hour film by riding on this roller coaster ride. Yami Gautam and Sunny Kaushal have acted well in the film. Apart from this, the role of Sharad Kelkar has not got much length. But on the basis of the script of the film, the small characters who have been included have done the work of tempering the suspense. In the film, Sunny Kaushal showed through his acting that he too has the same talent as his brother Vicky Kaushal. Just the style is different. Sunny has done natural acting in the film. Apart from this, Yami has also done well acted. The roles of the rest of the stars are small in the film and the whole game is created between these two.

film review– The thief ran away

artist– Sunny Kaushal, Yami Gautam, Sharad Kelkar and Indranil Sengupta

director– Ajay Singh

rating– 3*

OTT– Netflix

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