CHAAR DIN KI CHANDNI
About Movie:- After the successful YAMLA PAGLA DEEWANA, Samir Karnik is now ready with his next directorial venture CHAAR DIN KI CHANDNI. The film's release has been fixed for the auspicious occasion of Lohri i.e. on 13th January 2012. The film stars Tusshar Kapoor, Kulraj Randhawa, Anupam Kher, Om Puri, Johny Lever, Mukul Dev, Anita Raj, Sushant Singh and Chandrachur Singh and others.
CHAAR DIN KI CHANDNIis produced by Samir Karnik under the banner Top Angles Production, co-producer and associate director is Ashish Kathpal. Important credits include story by Babaji, lyrics by Sandeep Shrivastav, music by Sandesh Sandhilya, RDB, Anaya, Shiv Hari, Abhishek Ray and Dr. Zeus. Cinematography is by Kabir Lal, choreography by Bosco Caesor. Editor is Mukesh Thakur, action by Analasru, Screenplay and dialogues by Amit Masurkar and Nishant Hada.
CHAAR DIN KI CHANDNIis a comedy laced with romance and is set against the backdrop of Rajasthan at a four-day wedding. A complete family entertainer, it revolves around a Rajput family and a family from Punjab, who are caught in a situation which creates comedy of errors.
It's the season of actresses making a comeback. It is Anita Raj who is retuning with Samir Karnik's 'Char Din Ki Chandni'. It's the season of actresses making a comeback.
Movie Review:-Chaar Din Ki Chandni' is not a movie to be taken seriously. Neither does it boast of an intensely ingenious tale, nor is there an intellectual appealing screenplay in place, right from commencement till the very conclusion. But what keeps the film going are ridiculously comical sequences. Despite the emphasis on barmy and wacky situations, despite the jokes being silly and infantile, the movie keeps you entertained for the most part, especially in its second hour. The motive, therefore, is served.There's a wedding at the centre of the bustling canvas. As in Karnik's earlier comedy Yamala Pagla Deewaana you'd be well-advised to focus hard on that wacky wedding because that's where the army of characters, some loud others cacophonic, congregate in a combustion of comic compulsions.
Direction, Dialogues and Music:-Director Samir Karnik’s attempt at a comedy of errors turns out to be tepid, and lacks the laughing-out-loud element.
Overall:-Two cheers for this one!...Watch It..