Every Friday brings us a dose of entertainment with new films on the floors and this Friday audience will encounter a meet with CHEF. Yes, we are talking about a food journey based story CHEF starring Saif Ali Khan in lead role. An official remake of Hollywood movie with the same name, CHEFS is being appreciated by critics for its story and performance already.
Magic brewed by the Hollywood cinema was been expected to create the fire with the Bollywood remake and the expectations are been fulfilled in all ways. Light humour, good performance and engaging narration is what will make your gaze stuck to this film. Chef is a movie about a chef played by Saif, who is very passionate about his work. Padmapriya plays his ex-wife who got a divorce from him. However, they still share a good relationship and are connected by their son portrayed by Svar Kamble.
In the quest to follow his passion of cooking, Saif somehow realizes that he has missed out on other important things in life like loving and spending time with his son. How he later does that and what all problems arise out of it, make the crux of the story.
Read out the reviews of the film from various critics here:
Manjusha Radhakrishnan of Gulf News said: “While it has been handled maturely, it would have been gratifying to know why they split and got divorced. Their estrangement had no riveting backstory. But that shouldn’t stand in your way of enjoying this heart-warming drama. It’s modern, funny and leaves you hungry for more.”
Saibal Chatterjee of NDTV said: “Chef showcases the power of cultural fidelity while upholding the need for adaptability. In the portions in the first half in which the father takes his son on a trip back to his roots – to Delhi and Amritsar, where he learnt the ropes from a sweetmeat seller and a dhaba owner before making the leap into the global arena – the son is all ears. As father and son learn the tricks of life from each other, they attain completion.”
Anna MM Vetticad of Firstpost said: “Chef is a slick production, with everything and everyone looking good from start to finish. That said, it is an extremely frustrating experience. The joy of watching any road movie is to see the changing geography and cultures of the places the protagonists pass through. We get a decent serving of the former and a teeny bit of the latter here. What is truly unforgivable though is Chef’s lack of fervour for food.”
Sweta Kaushal of Hindustan Times said: “Chef offers moments of brilliance which, if weaved in a more organized manner, may have given us a light, affable film. But a lazy and rather uninterested narrative takes away the pleasure.”
Shubhra Gupta of The Indian Express said: “The film does make a stab at depicting the sensuousness that comes with the true enjoyment of cooking and savouring colours and tastes, but it remains, just that, a stab: no one, including Kalra, gets their nose really busy.”
Bollywood Hungama: On the whole, CHEF is a feel-good cerebral entertainer that charms you with its simplicity.
Trailers are interesting, reviews are excellent, then why to wait?
Just go out at this weekend and have a delicious ride with this father-son duo and step out of theatres smiling!!
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