Chef movie review: The biggest challenge in Bollywood movies is to make a story of a love or story of emotional relationships. Till now all relationships have been redeemed in many films. Chef is father and son story and the same type of movie ‘Bhommi’ was released a couple of weeks ago, it was based on the relationship of father’s daughter. Keeping the same sequence, director Raja Krishna Menon has brought ‘Chef’. Chef is a remake of the Hollywood movie of 2014.
The film is directed by King Krishna Menon. ‘Chef’ is being released on October 6. In this movie, actress Shobhita will also be seen with Saif Ali Khan. Padmapriya, Danish Kartik and Dinesh Prabhakar also doing supporting roles.
Chef Movie Review
Saif Chef Review Rating by IMDB and Taran Adarsh: The director has a relationship between divorced husband wife, a son who has only been watching on Skype, living with his father has interconnected their relationship with them, very beautifully in the film. This film does not dampen you in the emotions, you do not even cry, but it pauses your heart with the realization that it is the most important thing in your life that is your relationship. If you are with yourself then the rest of the things become redundant.
Story of Chef Film
Saif Ali Khan is in the role of a chef in the movie He is quite passionate about cooking. This film is based on the relationship between father and son.
Roshan Kalra (Saif Ali Khan) born in Delhi is the famous chef in America; he is also a divorced and father of the son. His son lives in Chennai with his mother. How did Roshan understand the philosophy of life and understands the importance of love in life?.
Chef Movie Trailer Video
Chef movie expected Box Office Business
Saif Ali Khan had earlier seen in ‘Rangoon‘ movie. The film was not able to do anything special. The expectation is high from this movie, let’s see what it will earn of first and. Saif will do 5 movies from 2017 to 2018. I will soon update full report.
Assessing the box office opening of his film, Saif says, “There are some movies that take a big start and some start slow. There is a dedicated audience group who watches First Day First Show if they like the movie, they share good word of mouth and film pick up by the evening. I think ‘chef’ will take a slower start on opening day and then pick up. ‘