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Hey Charlie Review – Movies Rediff.com

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Hey Charlie Review – Movies Rediff.com

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“This is the most absurd, bizarre and unfunny film,” complains Mumita Bhattacharjee.

When em>Hello Charlie’s trailer landed, it seemed rather ridiculous – a man and a gorilla on an unfortunate, supposedly funny journey.

The idea did not suit me.

But if Hollywood can be commended for King KongI thought Hello Charlie at least deserved marks for trying.

Unfortunately, I thought too soon.

Hello Charlie the most absurd, bizarre and unfunny (if that’s a word) movie! Even Humshakaly there were the best scenes.

The film’s protagonist is Charlie (Aadar Jain), an unlucky guy who lands in Mumbai looking for a job as he has a 15 lakh loan to be repaid.

Meanwhile, a wealthy man named Makwana (Jackie Shroff) pulls off a scam and is busy disguising himself to avoid arrest.

Makwana is assisted by his girlfriend Mona (Elnaaz Nuruzi), who thinks it’s a brilliant idea to hide him in a gorilla suit and escape to Diu. An unsuspecting Charlie agrees to take the gorilla/Makwana to their destination. Even a child – they seem to be the target audience of the film – can guess what will happen next.

Since this is a film about transporting an animal, it must have a circus stunt. And then, all of a sudden, there’s a Punjabi song just because the heroine is played by Shloka Pandit.

In terms of performances, the gorilla wins. Aadar Jain, on the other hand, couldn’t decide if he wanted to emulate Ranbir Kapoor or Kartik Aaryan. Jackie Shroff does his part of Bhidu and all the rest is wasted.

Hello Charlieexistence proves that films can sometimes be made out of thin air.

It is ridiculous to think that such a story has received approval. Did producers Farhan Akhtar and Ritesh Sidhwani actually read the script? Or did they anticipate the reaction, so they suddenly announced this movie? These are the questions that will pop into your head after/if you watch this movie.

There is nothing in it that might interest you. It’s like a movie that was made to please someone, and I can still guess who.

Hello Charlie Written and directed by Pankaj Saraswat. The fact that he didn’t realize he was barking up the wrong tree is confusing.

If I had to watch a movie about a gorilla, I would rather godzilla vs kong.

Hello Charlie This feast of yawns should be watched at your own risk. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.

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