Chippa Review

When the Sun goes down only a person with real charm, sparkles. Night attracts these kinds of people and also those who want to hide in the dark. So nights are mysterious in nature. But, this is the story of a boy with real charm.

It might remind you of your younger version when dreams use to change at every blink of eyes. If you still have that child living within you, you may connect to this movie. Makers have not tried too hard to make you feel connected. It is left up to your imagination how far you can connect to this.

Chippa goes for an adventurous night on his tenth birthday and discovers some sweet experiences and bitter truth of life. We all have a beautiful takeaway at the end of the movie, for which you should watch it.

A negative religious bias against religion is visible in the movie. Makers should stay away from such biases unless they have hidden propaganda. A simple beautiful movie like this has some unnecessary propaganda which is like a pill of salt in your Kheer.

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DIRECTION
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STORY
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SCREENPLAY
0
ACTING
0
CINEMATOGRAPHY
0
DRAMA
0
PACE
0
EDITING
0
ART DIRECTION
0
DIALOGUES
0
MUSIC
0
FEEL GOOD
0
OVERALL
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NEPOTISM QUOTIENT
CONNECTION INDEX
46%
DRAMA INDEX
46%
ENTERTAINMENT INDEX
41%
  • Sunny Pawar
  • Chandan Roy Sanyal
  • Gautam Sarkar
  • Sumeet Thakur
  • Mala Mukherjee
  • Masood Akhtar
  • Veer Rajwant Singh
  • Joyraj Bhattacharya

Safdar Rahman

Safdar Rahman

1 hr 30 Minutes

POSITIVES

An inspiring takeaway at the end of a simple and beautiful short adventure by a kid.

NEGATIVES

A negative religious bias against religion is visible in the movie, though it is limited to few scenes only. Acting might feel a bit immaturish in between which might break the flow and pace of the movie.

WHO SHOULD WATCH THIS

Who wants to just watch a relaxing and simple movie.

WHO SHOULDN'T WATCH THIS

Who is looking for suspense.
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