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Chor Nikal Ke Bhaga Review: The multi genre thriller promises an adventurous and entertaining ride!
Director: Ajay Singh. Cast: Yami Gautam, Sunny Kaushal, Sharad Kelkar and Indraneil Sengupta.
Music: Vishal Mishra. Cinematography: Gianni Giannelli.
First India Rating : ⭐️⭐️⭐️ 1/2
A thief and a hijack put the narrative and the scenario in double jeopardy, making Chor Nikal Ke Bhaga a fascinating watch. Although the plot may not seem compelling and the actions frequently seem opportune, the sleek direction and treatment will keep you interested the entire time.
Story: The flight attendant's boyfriend is compelled to steal jewels in order to pay off a loan. Yet 40,000 feet in the air, they switch the courier they need to steal from, and the plot backfires when terrorists take over the aircraft. Will their theft be successful, or will they be caught up in the hostage situation?
One of the rarest movies, "Chor Nikal Ke Bhaga," from director Ajay Singh, flawlessly switches from being an action thriller to a revenge drama. You wouldn't want to miss a single frame of this skillfully made and kinetically edited movie since you might miss a key detail.
The film starts with Sunny Kaushal as Ankit, badly beaten and bruised, being investigated by Sharad Kelkar, a RAW officer named Shaikh, as to why terrorists only beat him during an hijacking incident, in the next frame you see a bunch of hijackers getting ready for the mission, and in the frame thereafter, Ankit and Neha (Yami Gautam) spark off a romance mid-air.
Air hostess Neha (Yami) picks up a chat with Ankit, a mysterious businessman, and he does everything in his power to win her over. Neha lets her guard down and falls in love after being taken in by the attractive and sincere-looking Ankit.
But, their joy is fleeting because Ankit owes money to unscrupulous characters, who are now chasing him and Neha as well. The couple is attacked one day, and Neha ends up in problems.
Neha and Ankit decide to rob a diamond courier travelling from Al Asad to Delhi in order to protect themselves from further attacks and to avoid detection. The 120 crore rupee diamonds are intended for the home minister.
But, in mid-flight, a routine robbery is transformed into a hijack when a group of radicals hold everyone prisoner at gunpoint while yelling demands for the release of a militant while diverting the flight from Delhi to Kullu.
Ankit is determined to steal the diamonds, and with Neha's assistance, he eventually succeeds. However, the terrorists discover their scheme, beat Ankit up, and tie a bomb to him. Before the plane can land, the air marshal guns down the terrorists during a struggle between Ankit and the insurgents.
As the army realises that the terrorists' bodies and the air marshal who killed them are missing, the movie shifts into high gear. The diamonds are also missing, and there was neither a hijack nor a bomb.
As if this turn of events weren't shocking enough, it comes out that Ankit just used Neha for the diamond robbery and that it was he who caused Neha to lose her child. Everyone will be in awe of what happens next since Neha is not who she first appeared to be and has a dark past.
Now, what happened to the diamonds, who planned the hijack, what happened to the hijackers' bodies, and who is the ultimate con artist taking revenge on everyone? To find out, one needs to watch the film.
The film's script, plot, premise, acting, and execution are all flawless; the fact that the creators and actors keep some details a secret until the very end makes it worthwhile to see.
Within 15 minutes, Ajay Singh sets up his characters and plot without wasting any time, and a compelling story takes everyone on a ride at 40,000 feet in the air before coming to a jarring and rewarding conclusion.