Chillar party

Chillar party

DVD - 2011 | Hindi
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A film about a gang of innocent but feisty kids who lead a carefree and fun filled life in Chandan nagar colony. Soon Fatka & Bheedu come into their lives and they become an inseparable part of Chillar party. The lives of these bachelors get difficult when Breed's life is endangered, thanks to a mean politician.
Publisher: Marina Del Ray, CA : UTV Communications, 2011.
Branch Call Number: FIC Chill
Characteristics: 1 DVD (135 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.


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manoush Oct 24, 2014

The film starts off engaging and funny. A group of cosseted middle-class boys in a gated community ("colony" in Hinglish) harass orphan newcomer Fatka and his dog Bheedu, who work as cleaners of the colony residents' cars and sleep in an abandoned (but picturesque) blue Volks under a shady tree. Of course, the boys quickly regret their cruelty and embrace the orphan into their gang, but the film starts going downhill from here. It turns into a typically preachy, condescending middle-class take on poor people, portraying them as wise saints whose sole purpose in life is to teach the privileged to be grateful for what they have. When the evil politician enters the story, the sanctimonious preachiness reaches a fever pitch. The middle class boys become the heroes who fight for the rights of the downtrodden (surprise). It's a shame because the film could've been a lighthearted entertainer about childhood friendship across class lines. Instead, it's a self-satisfied morality tale that reinforces class privilege and inequality.

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