Rajesh Ganguly directed Jeet Starrer Jeet Starrer Chengiz Movie Review, its positive and negative aspects, and more details related to this movie can be found here. It’s a Bengali-originated film, released on a pan-Indian basis, and this is also the first time any Bengali movie has been released in Hindi. The film followed the genres of action, periodic crime, thriller.
About Chengiz Movie
Chengiz, the periodic action thriller film, was written by Neeraj Pandey and Rajesh Ganguly and produced by Jeet, Gopal Madnani, and Amit Jumrani. The star-studded cast of the film includes Jeet, Rohit Roy, Susmita Chatterjee, Shataf Figar, and many more. The film’s cinematography is by Manas Ganguly, its editing is by Malay Laha, and its music is by Kaushik Guddu, and Aneek Dhar. It is being released under the banners of Grassroot Entertainment and Jeetz Filmworks. The Bengali version of Chengiz is distributed by Jeetz Filmworks, and the Hindi version is distributed by AA Films.
Chengiz Movie Plot
The Chengiz movie followed the story of the mafia that ruled Kolkata from the 1970s to the 1990s. The lead actor in this movie is Bahubali of the Bengali film industry, Jeetendra Madnani. The film started with a young lady coming to the Ex-ACP Samir Sinha (Rohit Roy) to write about the 70s Gangstar Chengiz, during the time ACP Samir Sinha was actively working in Kolkata, and then he started telling about that time when Kolkata was ruled by mafia Shataf Figar (Omar Khalid). Jaidev Singh, aka Chengiz (Jeet), the son of a loyal police officer, finds his family killed in a clash between the mafia and the police. After that, he wants to take revenge for his family. Jaidev Singh grew up dreaming of becoming a policeman but turned into a gangster by killing Kolkata’s dictator, Omar Khalid. Jaidev Singh became the biggest dictator of Kolkata; this is the reason people started calling him Chengiz. In the first half, it’s shown how Jaidev Singh became Chengiz, and in the second half, we will see how he will rule in Kolkata and many more twists and turns.
Chengiz Critics Review
Chengiz is a perfect example of a mafia drama film; this is the first time it has come from the Bengali film industry, along with the recently released Pan India Basis. In the film, actor Jeet’s dedication to this film is really impressive, and the lead actress of the film, Susmita Chatterjee, has also done a fantastic job in this film. In this, a unique thing for the Bengali film industry is the action sequences, which are not seen in the Bengali film industry, along with the BGM (background music), which increases the Thrill Level very high, and the Hindi dub is also perfectly placed. Overall if you a mass cinema lover we recomend you to watch atlist once this film.
Positive Espects of Chengiz
If we check the positive points, this is a rare Bengali mass film released to date, along with the dialouge delivery of Jeet looking very authentic and full of swag, especially the dialouge, “Chengiz ka aaj aur kal nahi jamana hota hai,” (Today and tomorrow don’t exist for Changez, Exist era). Even the songs in the film are perfectly placed.
Negative Espects of Chengiz
If we check the negative points of the film, this kind of story, which we have seen many times, can give you a negative vibe.
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