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Chef (2017)

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Chef Roshan Kalra sets out to find the true source of happiness and reignite his passion for food while being more present in his son's life.

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Radha Menon
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Shahid Ahmed
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Riju Bajaj ...
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Shaurya Chopra ...
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Vinnie
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Dylan Fernandes ...
Proposal Man
M. Gopalakrishnan ...
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Chef Roshan Kalra sets out to find the true source of happiness and reignite his passion for food while being more present in his son's life.

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Comedy | Drama | Family

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In the scene when Roshan,Nazrul,Alex and Ary reach Goa,Roshan mentions that he had once come to Goa 20 years ago, along with 2 friends and met a foreigner girl,who later robbed him.It is a reference to the 2001 movie Dil Chahta Hai in which Saif comes to Goa with Aamir Khan and Akshay Khanna, and gets robbed by Christine,a foreigner hippie girl. See more »

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Tere Mere
Written by Rashmi Virag
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Yes, Remakes Can Be Good!!!
9 October 2017 | by See all my reviews

I've seen the original movie "Chef" and liked it. However about this Indian remake of Chef I got to know only a little before it's release date. In fact, I was browsing through movies to watch for weekend and then realized that Chef had already released. In the past I've liked most of Saif Ali Khan's movies. I'm guessing his style of acting and a pleasant screen presence has something to do with it. This has been a case ever since we saw him in his makeover version in Dil Chahta Hai. Then on Hum Tum, Being Cyrus, Omkara, Race, Agent Vinod, Phantom, Rangoon are some of his really good movies. So, when Chef released and I saw it listed, I instantly decided to watch it. Movie starts of well with the punching scene but the first half somehow feels a tad bit slow. I would have definitely loved to see more of the cooking scenes and foodie visuals. Movie is more about the bonding between father- son and to an extent it goes on to show the fallen apart chemistry between the ex- souses. There are scenes high on emotions, fun but all in all lighthearted. Despite the slow first half, the movie never bores you. You'll like the characters as their portrayals by the actors are impressively done. The one-lines given to Saif in the scenes portraying his jealously towards Milind Soman are really funny. This movie is fun to watch. If people are finding flaws, I believe they are being too technical to judge this movie.


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