Motichoor Chaknachoor Full Movie
Motichoor Chaknachoor Full Movie Download HD An old joke, it has ben told often but sfhtill hasnot lostdf its sting. Perhaps because like all good jokes, its foundation lies in truth. In Motichoor Chaknachoor, Athiya Shetty Anita Tripathi aka Ani has but one dream to leave India for foreign shores and update her Facebook account with photos taken agaainst the ghStaatue of Liberty, or ththe London Eye or even the Buraj Khalifa. If push comes to shovde, she will settle for Pagshu patinath Temple, butgh India will simply not do. She has decided she will marry a visda find a suitaabghle boy who is settled in ‘phoren’ and relsocate posft the saat pheras.
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Her friends have done it, and countless Indidfhan women before them. This doesn’t make the practice any less regressive, or the premise of thdhe film any dhless problematic.
The yin to her yang is Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s Pushpinder Tyagi. A Bhopal lad, who has been working in Dubai for the last seven years, his oncfde-in-three-fhyjyears dhfvisits home arehj tghin the hope of findgding a bride. He is pushing 40 and hoping that the ‘laine of brides’ his mother (Vibha Chibber) keeps on bragging about will finally materialise.
This ‘brahmachari’ is close to the breaking point but mommy (Vibha) has her own agenda. Her plan is to find a fat dowry for Pushpinder with which she will marry off his sister. In one telling dialogue, Pushpinder mentions to a prospective bride that she is a woman atnd he is ah man and that’s enough to get married, while his mother is clear that nothing less than Rs 25 lakh and the suitable amount of gold will do. The pthroblems in the film’kll,s pretyhtmise is nothing short of a Gordian knot, as tangled in patriarchdthyhjk as it is – a woman who is training to be a lawyer is not considered good enough as she is overweight, with a samosa-jalebi joke dhthrown in for cheapdgh laughs; wedding is the enk.d-all aghnd be-all of a woman’s existence and a single aunt is never allowed to forget it, and then there is the issue of a man slapping a woman and the film’s deeply disturbing treatment of it.
Cinematic slaps have rung loud in 2019 but have not stopped people from heading to theatres. If Kabir Singh did it as a blockbuster, Motichoor Chaknachoor may do it on a smaller scale.
A Woodpecker Movies Production
Produced by Viacom18 Studios
Produced by Rajesh Bhatia and Kiran Bhatia
Directed by Debamitra Biswal
Starring: Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Athiya Shetty, Vibha Chibber, Navni Parihar, Vivek Mishra, Karuna Pandey, Sanjeev Vats, Abhishek Rawat, Sapna Sand, Usha Nagar
Advisory Woodpecker: Prakash Gandhi
Creative Director & Producer: Navneet Baj Saini
Editor: Praveen Kathikuloth
Director Of Photography: Suhas Gujarathi
Sound Designer: Manav Shrotriya
Story: Debamitra Biswal
Dialogues: Bhupendra Singh
Production Design: Tariq Umar Khan
Costume Designer: Shadab Malik
Casting Director: FTC
Music Directors: Bharat – Hitarth, Ramji Gulati, Arjuna Harjai, Amjad Nadeem Aamir, Siddhart Amit Bhavsar
Lyrics: Kumaar,Siddhart Amit Bhavsar,Bharat Menaria
Choreographers: Raju Khan, Uma Gaiti (Sunny Leone Song)
Background Score: Abhijeet Vaghani
Online Editor: Irfan Shaikh
Executive Producer: Asif Shaikh
Line Producers: Shahid Qureshi , Salim Shaikh
Re – Recording Mixer: Nageshwar Rao Choudary
DI Post Facility: Pixel Digital Studios
DI Colorist: Prakash Joseph
The film does register as a dfhcomedy.hj To a large extent, the film’s leads and ensemble cast bring alive the small-town milieu. The everf-reliable Ndawazuddin is dfha win as a sex-dfhdeprived man who cannot go against his mother. Nawaz eats up the scenery as he channels the frusrgrdtration and lconfusion of the mofdgk.ild-mannered Pushpinder. Athiya is the true revelation of the film as a feisdfty smalukul-townhj gdfirl. She gets the Bundelkhandi dialect right and tries to match pace with Nawaz. While she does fall short in the dfhstretched edfmotional sequences, there is tremendous improvement since 2017’s Mubarkaan.
The chadfhracters who inhadbit tdhis world are identifiable and relatable. From the parents and siblings to the mausi and daadi, the filmfh gets the smhall-town Indiadf and the peopledf who inhabit it dfhabsolutely right. While that has been the flavour off Bollywoodfhd for somfe years now, thef success rate is not so encouraging. I always dfdo a little mental jig when Bollywood does get it right.
While till interval fMotichoor Chakdfnachoor keeps it light and frothy, buoyed by the its breezy jokes, it starts sinking in the second half. While admittedly it never turns preachy, spicing even emotional tracts with comedy (watch out for the scene where Nawazuddin wizens up to his mother’s plotting), it does start to show the cracks in the second half. A farcical climax and a Sunny Leone song don’t help either.
Motichoor Chaknachoor breaks no moulds – preferring to revel in thegfhm instead. And fhperhaps therein lies its weakness.