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Directed by Hansal Mehta, Chhalaang is the story of Rajkumar Rao’s home ground Haryana, where he has spent a major part of his life. Because of this, the culture there, the language, everything inspires Rajkumar Rao to do more excellent work. Rajkummar Rao is doing justice to the role of a non-serious PT teacher Mahendra Hooda aka Montu. This film has been released on Amazon Prime.
Rajkummar Rao has captured all the nuances of Mahendra Hooda very closely, whether it is his Haryanvi accent or the art of dealing with others, Rajkummar Rao has completely landed in his character. An artist like Rajkummar Rao doesn’t need his home ground to do good work, but still Rajkummar Rao is showing you some great things in his home ground.
what is the story of the movie
The story of the film is about a PT teacher who is always happy and cool who does not care in the slightest about his job. He is the kind of person who happily gives his period to his fellow teachers so that he can complete his syllabus on time. Montu always threatens the romancing couples in his neighborhood park on Valentine’s Day. But after the entry of a new computer teacher Neelam aka Neelu i.e. Nusrat Bharucha in the school, he falls for her. The story becomes interesting when Inder Mohan Singh i.e. Mohammad Zeeshan Ayub sports coach is entered in the film. After Inder’s entry, there is a storm in Montu’s life and the matter becomes on his respect, along with his love Neelu is also seen slipping from his hand. After which Montu swears that he will bring back his honor. Now it has to be seen whether Montu can bring back his lost self respect.
How good is the work of the people in the film
Leap has nothing new to offer you in terms of storyline and screenplay. But the jokes used in the film, some are very good, some are good. Due to the supremely talented actors like Hansal Mehta, Mohd Zeeshan Ayub, Saurabh Shukla, Jatin Sarna and Satish Kaushik, the level of the film is high. There is no such moment in the first half of the film where you do not laugh. But in the second half, the film becomes a bit dull and boring, but in the last 20-25 minutes, the film comes back in form. Especially after the children’s match, the tight climax with the speech of Zeeshan and Rajkumar adds to the value of the film.
Nushrat Bharucha is not able to capture the Haryanvi accent so well. Nushrat Bharucha’s work in this film is nothing compared to Rajkumar Rao. Whenever Nusrat tries to speak or appear Haryanvi, you start getting irritated with her. She is nowhere to be found in front of Kangana’s Haryanvi in Tanu Weds Manu. It would have been better if his character in Raanjhanaa was shown a bit out of place like Dhanush’s character, which would explain why his speech is not so smooth.
But despite all these shortcomings, this 135-minute film is taking a high leap in terms of entertainment. Overall, the film seems to be doing full justice to your time.
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