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CHUP is a serial killer's story. Danny (Dulquer Salmaan) works as a florist in Mumbai's Bandra neighborhood. Nila (Shreya Dhanwanthary), a young journalist who recently relocated to Mumbai, finds his shop and is amazed that he sells tulip bulbs, his mom's favorite flower.


Both are drawn to one another. Meanwhile, Nitin Srivastav, a well-known film critic, is brutally murdered at his home. Officer Arvind Mathur (Sunny Deol) takes over the investigation.

A few days later, some other critic, Irshad Ali, is assassinated by pushing him beneath a local train. Another critic is assassinated the next week.

Arvind realizes that the killer of all the reviewers is the same, as well as his distinct pattern. The killer murders in accordance with the critic's comments.

The city's critics get concerned as he attempts to identify the murderer. For their own protection, Arvind Mathur encourages them to play it safe and offer favorable reviews to films.

All critics have praised the film for its imminent release, whether they liked it or not. Kartik, who writes for Nila's newspaper, refuses to submit.

He harshly criticizes the picture. Arvind rushes to his location with a large police team, fearing that he will be the murderer's next objective. The remainder of the movie revolves around what occurs next.

About R. Balki’sDirection :

R Balki's tale is one-of-a-kind. Many films have been made about serial murderers on the run. However, no film has been made about a serial murderer murdering cinema reviewers.

This adds a good finishing touch to the whole narrative. The script by R Balki, Raja Sen, and Rishi Virmani are effective and imaginative.

The way the two rails run parallel is fascinating to see. Also, the way Guru Dutt, flowers, and murder all fit together is flawless.

The investigation aspect, on the other hand, may have been more persuasive. The dialogues by R Balki, Raja Sen, and Rishi Virmani are crisp and amusing.

R Balki's directing is commendable. He is well-known for his feel-good movies, and this is his first foray into this genre.

However, he excels in other areas. Surprisingly, one can anticipate who the murderer is from the start. However, the reveal of the perpetrator comes as a surprise to the audience. Second, he performed the film in an innovative manner, which keeps the audience interested throughout its duration.

Third, there are enough hilarious and exciting situations in the picture to keep the audience interested. He also merits praise for not openly criticizing cinema reviewers.

He offers a balanced approach while also emphasizing the importance of film criticism in society.

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On the other hand, the film's tempo is extremely slow. Despite the intriguing plot, it remains a niche film.

Furthermore, it is violent, which limits its appeal even further. Furthermore, a few inquiry sequences appear shallow, theatrical, and unreal. This is notably noticeable in Pooja Bhatt's parts.

The killing of Nitin Srivastav kicks off CHUP on a sensational note. The manner in which it is carried out makes it impossible to predict whether Nitin or his spouse will be killed.

Danny and Nila's entrance sequences as well as the way they collide are adorable. Arvind's presentation to the criticism and industry people, and the chaos that followed, is funny.

What steals the cake in the initial half, though, is when the single critic trashes the picture and cops storm his house. The intermission is shaking. The picture slows down after the intermission, although a few sequences with Danny stick out. The ending is terrifying.


Sunny Deol plays a minor role but is perfectly cast in it. He plays it brilliantly, and in one moment, he enters the high zone, which is met with applause and whistles.

Dulquer Salmaan, the handsome actor, steals the show. He handles a challenging role with ease, proving once again that he is one of the greatest actors working today. Shreya Dhanwanthary looks stunning and performs admirably.

She seamlessly fits into the role. Pooja Bhatt (Dr. Zenobia Shroff) is adequate, although her dialogue delivery is overly prepared.

Saranya Ponvannan (Nila's mother) is delightful. Rajeev Ravindranathan (Inspector Shetty) goes overboard.

The performers that play Kartik, Nitin Srivastav, Govind Pandey, and Arvind's senior Yashwant Singh are all excellent. In a brief appearance, Adhyayan Suman (Purab Kapoor) does well. The appearance of Amitabh Bachchan is noteworthy.


There is only a single song in the story, 'Gaya GayaGaya,' and while the track is forgettable, it is nicely filmed.

The film's main selling point is its background soundtrack. The haunting instrumental sound of the song 'Jaane Kya Tune Kahi' will stay in one's head long after the film has ended.

Vishal Sinha's filmmaking is excellent. The production design by Sandeep Sharad Ravage is authentic and urbane.

The costumes designed by Aesha Merchant are both realistic and inviting. Sunny Deol's outfits by Gagan Oberoi are appropriate. Vikram Dahiya's conduct is bloodthirsty. The editing by Nayan HK Bhadra might have been crisper.

Overall, CHUP is an unusual story about a serial murderer on the run, with some excellent performances. Because of the lower ticket pricing on Day 1, the box office will get off to a good start.

Beginning on Day 2, word-of-mouth referrals will play a significant role in attracting people to theatres, particularly in urban areas.

Author: Astha Singh 

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