Chaar Din Ki Chandni Review
Samir Karnik has entertained movie buffs with filmYamla Pagla Deewana in 2011. The director, who is back with another comedy named Char Din Ki Chandni was expected to take his charms to next level. But his weak script and dialogues mar the beauty of stalwarts' performances in the film.
Chaar Din Ki Chandni movie is a comedy laced with romance and is set against the backdrop of Rajasthan at a four-day wedding. It revolves around a Rajput family and a family from Punjab, who are caught in a situation, which creates a comedy of errors. The movie has nothing much to boast about, except the performances of the lead actors. There is lot more to talk about drawbacks in the film.
The biggest drawback of the movie that is it lacks a good story. It glorifies a tiny subject into a full-fledged drama. Secondly, it lacks freshness and it looks like old wine in new bottle. The music of the movie is another big let down in the film. Kabir Lal's camera work and Mukesh Thakur's editing are good in parts.