Chup Movierulz - 'Chup: Revenge of the Artist' review For the first time in the hundred-year history of cinema, film critics have been made the center of the story. An obsessive man sets out to silence film critics, who believe his reviews can be enough to change the course of a filmmaker. R Balki's film also seems to take a dig at the rating system, but then they try to justify it through the characters. The first half of the film is very strong, but in the second half, the story proves to be wavering. Chup Movierulz - The main attraction of suspense-thriller films is their suspense and director Balki hastened to reveal it. However, the love story of Dulquer Salmaan and Shreya Dhanwantri proves to be the strong side of the film. The characterization of both characters is distinctive. Songs like Guru Dutt's Kaagaz Ke Phool Ke Jaane Ke Tune Kahi and Yeh Duniya Agar Mil Jaaye To Kya Hai have been filmed in a very romantic and touching style by the director. Amit Trivedi's music is soothing to the ears.
Cinematography is a very interesting aspect of the film. Vishal Sinha's lens makes one remember the scene of a bicycle downhill. The memory and many other images like metaphors and similes that appear in different parts of the film remain. The background score is strong.
Talking about acting, Dulquer Salmaan proves to be the ace of spades. He has played the double complexion of his role in a very striking way. Sunny Deol has made a strong comeback as Police Officer Arvind Mathur. It is pleasant to see Pooja Bhatt as Zenobia. Shreya Dhanwantri blossoms in the agility and playfulness of her role, but her role has not been developed properly. Tamil actress Saranya Ponavanan as a blind mother in the supporting cast wins hearts. Despite being blind, this mother does not deserve mercy but is very liberal and self-sufficient. Big B's different style captivates in the cameo.
Why watch - Fans of suspense-thriller films and those who want to celebrate cinema can watch this film.