Chehre - A Upside Down court-room drama

The Bollywood, BigB movie, is anytime exciting and interesting to watch. Whatever may be the story, Sir Amitabh Bachhan, put his sole to give full justice to the role. So is the story of Chehre.

A full drama -suspense- thriller movie, starring Amitabh Bachhan, Emran Hashmi, Riya Chakraborty, Anu Kapoor, and many big stars.

The story revolves around Sameer Mehra played by Emran Hashmi, who is An ad agency executive and takes shelter at an old man's home in the mountains amid a dangerous snowstorm, where he gets trapped into a judges-panel and courtroom accusation of murder of his boss wife, and finds himself with no way out when the man and his clan of veterans hook him for a game of crime and punishment.

There is an initially normal talk with some drinks and then slowly the main topic starts.

The seniors maka a point to understand nature and motive of Sameer Mehra and discuss along with related topics.

The screenplay is very strong , interesting and with some mischeif twists. The writers have drawn the characters at their best , to define each and every factor of the respective roles.

And the movie goes to a backstory, where Sammer aka Emran has some bad deeds to make his professional carrer better , which are unethical.

Amitabh Bachchan as Lateef Zaidi finds very interesting points to tackle Sammer aka Emran, to punish him for his wrong approach in his professional life, which affected his personal life too.

There are much twist and turns in the story , which might lead us to confusion of what exactly is the next move of each character.

Director , Rumi Jafrey , make it very thrill to undertand the exact situation of the story , which also included the superb screenplay.

Supporting actors who played the judge panel members like Dhritiman Chaterjee, Raghubir Yadav, Annu Kapoor made it more dramatric and also time consuming.

The climax of the movie , was likely unexpected as they ( judge panel ) invited , and made trapped Diya Sahay (Krystle D'souza) a next "Aparadhi" for the judgment.


Also , some social comments on criminal justice in india ,makes the film more sensible to watch .


The story , screeenplay and dialogues are fine , and made- up to point.

Overall , a watchable movie , a thriller- suspense movie .

With IDMB rating of 6.8/10 it is streaming on Amazon Prime. Do Watch.