Chitkabrey - Shades Of Grey (2011)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins Drama, Social
10 %
Total Reviews: 10
Sahi: 1 Nahi: 9

Review Summary: Rakesh Chaubey (Ravi Kissen) has been traumatised for fifteen long years with memories of ragging that robbed him off his self-respect when he landed in an engineering college a simpleton from a small town.

Average Critic Rating: (1.52)
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Chitkabrey - Shades Of Grey - Movie Reviews

CHITKABREY - SHADES OF GREY is being touted as the 'boldest ever subject' a 'breakthrough in Indian cinema'.
Bollywood Hungama
He hollers, makes faces, resorts to grotesque antics and generally makes a merry fool of himself as he goes about dispensing advice and admonishments in the same breath. Under Kissen's glorious shadow, the other members of the cast compete with each other
Rakesh Chaubey (Ravi Kissen) has been traumatised for fifteen long years with memories of ragging that robbed him off his self-respect when he landed in an engineering college a simpleton from a small town.
Times of India
Rakesh (Ravi Kissen), a white-shirted fresher, nerdy glasses resting on the nose, white tilak covering the forehead, is a natural magnet for the campus bullies looking to harass.
SIFY
Written, directed and produced by Suneet Arora, Chiktkabrey is a new age drama presented in a new style. But the maker Suneet Arora has just missed to present this new age drama in an innovative style, which can be measured in this new age world. Story re
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Director : Music : Lyrics : Starring :Suneet Arora  Akshay Bafila  Mahesh Kumar, Niket Pandey, Rajesh Kumar and Supratim Sen  Akshay Singh, Akshharaa Gowda, Amit Bhardwaj, Bobby Vatsa, Divyaa Dwivedi, Jaswinder Gardner, Khushboo Gupta, Kuldeep Dubey, Pooj
Glam Sham
Chitkabrey is easily avoidable. Despite having a relatable plot of ragging the filmmaker fails in en-cashing it right.
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Chitkabrey – Shades of Grey It conveys a degree of solemnity that would have been rather touching had it not been so dreadfully painful. ...
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