Our restricted appreciation of the universe and our miscalculations about life come only from what we instantaneously witness. It highlights your inability to look beyond stereotyped realism. A man whose hands are stained with the blood of many peoples but still lives gracefully as if he has done nothing wrong, This story based on Chippakali (Lizard) is a mysterious drama thriller in which Yogesh Bhardwaj (Rudraksh Roy) is a detective handling this biological murder case to solve it in his own way.
An authentic empiricist comes over to the house of a columnist to explore a dual assassination case that the columnist was recently vindicated in court. As the two are involved in verbal spat, a confrontation of plans develops between pragmatism and a return to the past.
Chhipkali Movie Review
Chhipkali (lizard) can be contemplated as a mystical film as per its conservative narration, which explores divergent thoughts about life. The film Prospect begins when the two totally different and stubborn outlook quarrel, interrogating amusing agreements and demanding patron discrimination.
The film also demands our boundless understanding of the world. While “Chhipkali” is a reasonable screenplay mystery, its knowledgeable tone may only impress a certain section of patrons.
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The core of the film focuses on just two optimistic characters, represented with great inner self by Yashpal Sharma as columnist Aloke Chaturvedi and Yogesh Bhardwaj as private inquirer Rudraksh Roy. While both stars given thunder performances, Sharma is exceptionally notable as he fully submerges himself in his character and appears restful in the dramatic environment of the film.
Chhipkali is a Koushik Kar helmed film and penned by himself and produced by Meemo and Swarndeep Vishwakarma under the production house of Studiographe Entertainments, and Suan Silver Screen Production And the cast ensemble is composed of Yashpal Sharma, Yogesh Bhardwaj, Tannistha Biswas, and Bob Bonnerjee.
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