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On a serious note what I do in order to rate movies is that I start with 5 and then keep deducting as the movie progresses where ever it seems flawed. But the sole purpose of watching movies like Char Din Ki Chandni is to sit back and continuously make fun of the movie and everyone involved with it. I don't even bother to rate them leave alone writing a review. But but but! this time we actually enjoyed the movie. There were a few really unusual things which happened :
1. The theatre was housefull, usually we are the only ones watching the movie besides a few couples occupying the corner seats. Wait a minute! they too don't really watch the movie, do they?
2. We laughed at something which was meant to be funny, usually the smiles and roars come when something goes terribly wrong and the moments the filmmakers believe to tickle our bones just invite yawns and sighs.
So yes director Samir Karnik's Char Din Ki Chandni is a good film even though anyone you'll ask will just say negative things about it which is of course what I too would have done.
Review in a while.
Kulraj Randhawa ♥ ♥,
Tusshar Kapoor :P the only flaw :P
Me - 2.5/5
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