Lead Cast: Rajkummar Rao, Nushrat Bharucha, Mohammad Zeeshan Ayub, Saurabh Shukla
Director: Hansal Mehta
Producers: Ajay Devgan, Luv Ranjan, Ankur Garg, Bhushan Kumar
Music Director: Hitesh Sonic
Photography: Ishit Naren
Edited by: Akiv Ali, Chetan Solanki
Today we have chosen the film "Chhalaang" in order to continue with many interesting OTT web series as well as reviews of movies. Let's see how this movie is available in the streaming app "Amazon Prime Video" in the review.
Mantu (Rajkummar Rao), a young man who is not serious about his life, has to work as a PT teacher in a school because of his father's remembrance. Nusrat Bharucha works as a computer teacher in the same school. Meanwhile, the school principal will look to appoint another better PT teacher. So the new teacher (Jasheen Siddiqui) is appointed and the key developments in the story of Mantu. How did he face the real seriousness of the new competitor who came into his life? What happened to The Last is the original story.
Rajkummar Rao's role in the first place is another proof that he will be superb in such roles. Rajkumar shows all the emotions and shades in this role. As well as his commercial timing or looks as a PT teacher, it is impressive. Meanwhile, the chemistry with the hero inenusrat Bharucha is also well worked out. Nushrat Bharucha looks good in some scenes.
Satish Kaushik, who appeared in other supporting roles, as well as Sabha Shukla, gave a good performance. As well as the story of the film or the simple reality shown in some characters, it seems very natural. Some episodes shown in the school are very clear. The background score is good if the music is okay.
There are no things that are very exhibited in the film. The main reason is that there is no such twist. That's why the film seems to be a little simple. It would have been better if the climax episode was even more interesting. And the film is a sports drama and should be more interesting. Zeeshan, who has taken another key role, does not seem to be elevated. The film also seems to be slow.
If you look at the whole thing, "Chhalaang" is a routine sports drama. This is a simple film. But the actors' performance seems superb. The narrative also seems to be good. If you want to see a little bit of okay sports drama, you can also look at the "Chhalaang" once.