Zee5 Chintu ka Birthday Movie Review – Best Acting of all Cast
Very good movies are being released on OTT platforms these days. Today ‘Choked’ has been released on Netflix, while ‘Chintu Ka Birthday’ knocked on ZEE5.
Very good films are being released on OTT platforms these days. Today ‘Choked’ has been released on Netflix, while ‘Chintu Ka Birthday’ has knocked on ZEE5. ‘Chintu Ka Birthday’ is a very sweet and sweet film, in which fear also dominates and when this fear is over, the audience along with the characters feel relieved. The directors of Devanshu Kumar and Satyanshu Singh ‘Chintu Ka Birthday’ have not let the film get any tougher, and have said their words very easily.
The story of ‘Chintu Ka Birthday’ is of Madan Tiwari and his family. Madan Tiwari sells RO and gets trapped in Iraq. Saddam Hussein’s rule is over and the Americans have arrived there. In such a situation, his son Chintu’s birthday comes. But it has been a coincidence that Chintu’s birthday cannot be celebrated properly yet. Chintu is going to be six years old, and there are plans to celebrate her birthday with complete preparation.
But then the attacks start. The cake does not come, American soldiers enter the house, Papa is beaten and there is a lot of sour and sweet drama. In this way, the story of the film is completely related to Chintu’s emotions and the situation in Iraq.
Chintu ka Birthday Movie Cast
The Chintu ka Birthday film stars Vedanta Raj Chibber as Chintu, Vinay Pathak as Chintu’s father, Tillotma Shome as Chintu’s mother, Bisha Chaturvedi as Laxmi (Chintu’s sister), Seema Pahwa as Chintu’s grandmother, Khalid Maso and Mir Mehroos will be seen.
Chintu ka Birthday Movie Trailer
Chintu ka Birthday Movie Review
Devanshu Kumar and Satyanshu Singh have kept the direction of ‘Chintu Ka Birthday’ quite tight. Vinay Pathak, Tilottama Show and Seema Pahwa have done good acting as usual. Vedanta Chhibber is also quite cute in Chintu’s homage. In this way, this film of ZEE5 is a very sweet film about emotions, comedy and children’s feelings. This type of entertainment on TV is no less than a luxury in itself when the cinema is closed during the lockdown and the corona’s havoc.