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    Chenni kum

    [​IMG]Cheeni Kum

    ‘Cheeni Kum’ is a sarcastic love story of a 64-yr-old man and a 34-yr-old unmarried woman. It stars Amitabh Bachchan and Tabu in respective roles.
    The movie is not an intense love story with sexual undertones. Rather, it is a romantic comedy, low on mush and high on Paresh Rawal , veteran Zohra Sehgal and child artiste Swini Khara are the other actors in the movie.

    [​IMG]Amitabh Bachchan as Buddhadev Gupta
    64-year-old Buddhadev Gupta is an arrogant, acidic, sarcastic chef of London’s top Indian restaurant. He lives with his nonagenarian mother. He takes pride in his work and likes to keep sentiments out of his relations with people.


    [​IMG]Tabu as Nina Verma
    Nina is a 34-yr-old Indian woman visiting London. Her peaceful, incident-free life is disturbed by an arrogant 64-year-old chef who insults her in his restaurant. But Nina teaches him a lesson. She later finds the chef attracted towards her.


    [​IMG] Paresh Rawal as Om Prakash Verma
    58-yr-old Om Prakash Verma is a Gandhian who loves watching cricket and eating good food. The peace of his mind is shattered when his daughter Nina introduces to him to a 64-yr-old man who claims to be in love with her.


    [​IMG]Zohra Sehgal

    Zohra Sehgal plays Amitabh’s mother. Like her son she is also sarcastic, rude and witty. For her, her 64-year-old son is still a grumpy child and she keeps telling him what to do with his life.




    [​IMG]'Cheeni Kum'
    ‘Cheeni Kum’ is a sarcastic love story of a 64-yr-old man and a 34-yr-old unmarried woman. It stars Amitabh Bachchan and Tabu in respective roles.

    The movie is not an intense love story with sexual undertones. Rather, it is a romantic comedy, low on mush and high on Paresh Rawal , veteran Zohra Sehgal and child artiste Swini Khara are the other actors in the movie.

    Amitabh Bachchan as Buddhadev Gupta

    64-year-old Buddhadev Gupta is an arrogant, acidic, sarcastic chef of London’s top Indian restaurant.

    He lives with his nonagenarian mother. He takes pride in his work and likes to keep sentiments out of his relations with people.

    Tabu as Nina Verma

    Nina is a 34-yr-old Indian woman visiting London. Her peaceful, incident-free life is disturbed by an arrogant 64-year-old chef who insults her in his restaurant. But Nina teaches him a lesson. She later finds the chef attracted towards her.

    Paresh Rawal as Om Prakash Verma

    58-yr-old Om Prakash Verma is a Gandhian who loves watching cricket and eating good food. The peace of his mind is shattered when his daughter Nina introduces to him to a 64-yr-old man who claims to be in love with her.

    Zohra Sehgal

    Zohra Sehgal plays Amitabh’s mother. Like her son she is also sarcastic, rude and witty. For her, her 64-year-old son is still a grumpy child and she keeps telling him what to do with his life.

    Storyline

    Buddhadev is a chef who believes cooking is an art, and a very fine one at that. One day, a woman walks into his restaurant and raises an objection on one of the dishes served to her. Buddhadev feels his years of experience as a chef is challenged. He acts rudely with her.

    The woman is Nina Verma, a tourist from India. Not the one to take insults lying down, Nina gives back Buddhadev a taste of his own bitterness.

    Buddhadev feels rattled by the young woman. He tries to make up for his rudeness by a display of cordiality. But Nina remains dignified and totally unaffected by Buddhadev’s pomposity. The more she tries to ignore him the more Buddhadev gets attracted towards her.

    Gradually, love blossoms between Buddhadev and Nina. But the toughest part would be to convince Nina’s father Om Prakash Verma about their relationship.

    When Om Prakash meets the 64-year-old chef he has no clues of his daughter’s intentions. He sees Buddhadev as another old man. A hilarious real life situation follows when Buddhadev confesses to Om Prakash that he is in love with Nina.

    ‘Cheeni Kum’ is a sarcastic love story of two very different people. It is the story of how they meet, how they fight, how they make up and how their relationship evolves into a romance.

    It is the story of their funny struggle to break the news to the woman’s father and the chaos they go through convincing him and making him accept them as a couple.

    ‘Cheeni Kum’ is directed by ad filmmaker R Balakrishnan. The film has music by Ilaiyraaja and cinematography by P C Sreeram. It is produced by Sunil Manchanda.
     
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    sounds gooood ....
     
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    achi movie hai maza aya dkehne may ;)
     
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    yeh it dose ;)
     
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    nice movie
     
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