Saif Ali Khan Chef Movie Review: The makers of the movie, Chef starring Saif Ali Khan, are creating a lot of buzz on the social media with its new poster. With a good response to the trailer and teasers, the film is all set to hit the screens on 6th October. The movie makers are expecting a good amount of audience to the movie theatres from the release date. Here is our Honest Chef movie Review.

Main Roles: Saif Ali Khan, Padmapriya Janakiraman
Director: Raja Krishna Menon
Producer: T-Series, Abundantia Entertainment, Bandra West Pictures
Music:  Raghu Dixit and Amaal Mallik
Genre: Comedy Drama
Censor: ‘U/A’

Saif Ali Khan Chef Review & Story Plot:

Chef Movie Story:

Chef is about trying to find some semblance of meaning in life after discovering your ex is dating Milind Soman. The Hindi adaptation of Jon Favreau’s 2014 Hollywood movie by the same name, Chef is a unique tale of Roshan Kalra’s journey to find out his true priorities and source of happiness. It’s a story of food, love, family, togetherness, and that of a father’s rediscovery of the bond with his son.

Chef Movie Review:

Chef, starring Saif Ali Khan, Padmapriya Menon has been anticipated for quite some time, and the arrival of a new, second trailer has made it seem even more interesting, and has been praised for its cast members’ chemistry and the cinematography. Every shot of Chef is carefully crafted to be visually appealing and awesome to look at.

The one truly memorable moment in Chef – at least for those of a certain vintage – is when Khan makes a clever reference to a twenty year old buddy film. It’s a fine line, and there is something heartening about the fact that Khan looks to finally outgrow his greatest triumph by laughing about it. Chef holds no secret sauce of its own, but perhaps we shouldn’t be that surprised. There is only that much you can do with a reheated film.

Chef offers moments of brilliance which, if weaved in a more organised manner, may have given us a light, affable film. But a lazy and rather uninterested narrative takes away the pleasure.

There was nothing in the film to justify a ‘UA’ rating rather than a ‘U’. But then the CBFC members apparently thought the hero who is divorced and who smokes, must be given a restricted viewing certification. Hence the ‘UA’.” UA certificate for a film means kids under the age of 18 years can watch the film under parental guidance.

Saif Ali Khan Chef Movie Rating: 2.5/5

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