Chintuji (2009)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins Comedy, Family, Comedy
Critics Score
88%
Total Reviews: 8
User Score
0%
Total Votes: 0

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Review Summary: CHINTUJI is a gem that deserves a watch. Yes there's no awareness for this film the pre-release hype is also zero and of course...

Average Critic Rating: (3.09)
Cast: Rishi Kapoor , Priyanshu Chatterjee , Kulraj Randhawa , Kulraj Randhawa , Saurabh Shukla , Priyanshu Chatterjee , Saurabh Shukla , Grusha Kapoor , Sophie Choudry , Annu Kapoor , Ashish Ghosh , Kseniya Ryabinkina
Director: Ranjit Kapoor
Release Date: 04 Sep 2009

Plot: Chintuji is Bollywood film that was released on 4 September 2009. It stars Rishi Kapoor, Priyanshu Chaterjee, Kulraj Randhawa. It was directed by Ranjit Kapoor and written by Shabbir Ahmed. The film was released on Rishi Kapoor's 57th Birthday. External links Chintu Ji at the Internet Movie Database This article about Read more

Chintuji - Top Reviews

Rajeev Masand, Rajeev Masand
CHINTUJI is a gem that deserves a watch. Yes there's no awareness for this film the pre-release hype is also zero and of course...
Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama
Sometimes, big things come in small packages.
Sonia Chopra, SIFY
Chintu ji doesn’t have craft or technical finesse. In parts, it is wobbly and theatrical. The romantic track, which has a patched on sub-plot about the Parliament shooting, doesn’t work. But Chintu ji is a film with heart and an inspired strain of lunacy.
Anupama Chopra, NDTV 

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Chintuji - All Reviews

ethics, the story is set on the backdrop of a village and it is called Hadbahedi. Apparently, they have a problem and that is identity crisis. The residents of the village feel that they are not being given their due identity and they find a ray of hope i
Bharat Student
Chintuji is a must-watch. Its a delicious feel good entertainer that Bollywood hasn't witnessed in ages. Highly recommended.
Ashok Nayak, Now Running
In the time and age of grandeur and hype, when a rather simple film that's simply told comes your way, it's a welcome change.
Sarita A Tanwar, Mid-Day
A grumpy film star is invited to the village he was born in. How his presence influences the village and vice-versa becomes the rest of the story
Avijit Ghosh, Times of India