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  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By H. Bala TOP 500 REVIEWER on May 5, 2008
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Hello, here come some plot SPOILERS.

The story is pretty wacky. Can you keep up with it? Jeetu (Shahid Kapoor) is a hustler, a fast talker and a teller of yarns. But he's got the business acumen of a gerbil. All his enterprises have gone disastrously wrong, and, so, he owes money to a mob of pushy creditors. In despair and thinking that his life insurance policy will cover his debts, Jeetu jumps into the ocean, leaving behind his grieving family and longtime girlfriend Pooja.

But he survives the drowning, ending up entangled in fishing nets. Jeetu is brought ashore by two fishermen, one of whom - Gundya (Paresh Rawal) - is himself heavily debt-ridden to a very demanding Gujarati businessman, Prabhat Singh Chauhan. A note found in Jeetu's pocket leads Gundya to believe that Jeetu is a millionaire and so might compensate them for saving his life. Jeetu, of course, is no such thing and so, to ward off the greedy fishermen, pretends to be a deaf-mute. Wait, there's more.

Mr. Chauhan, that businessman to whom the fisherman owes money? He has a niece, Shruti (Kareena Kapoor), who happens to be mute, but not deaf. Mr. Chauhan wants to marry Shruti off, something which Shruti wants no part of. In a strange (and quite unconvincing) development, Jeetu lands in the custody of Mr. Chauhan. One night, Shruti and her cousin discover that Jeetu isn't really a deaf-mute. They convince him to pose as Shruti's lover in hopes of derailing the upcoming nuptials.

But what happens when the pretense becomes real? And what will happen when Pooja, Jeetu's first love, re-enters his life?

CHUP CHUP KE, released in 2006, is an out-of-control, farcical Bollywood comedy fraught with slapstick, mixed-up identities, and double dealing mayhem.
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In most movies, it's normal/appropriate to primarily consider the story & 'characters' being played, but concerning this movie I ended up mostly enjoying it for the actors themselves. The songs/music are good.

If you are a Kareena Kapoor (played Shruti) or Shahid Kapoor (played Jeetu) fan, then this is a worthwhile movie to watch (I've seen it twice).
It isn't up to the same level as "Jab We Met", and it could be frustrating/tedious sometimes, but for a silly movie it was usually enjoyable.

The following statement is a compliment: since Kareena's character "Shruti" is a mute (often termed as 'dumb' in the sub-titles) it forces her as an actress to rely solely on her body language and eye contact. Which I really liked, she is beautiful in this movie. She never speaks in the entire movie, except she does 'sing' once during a dance scene (a daydream/fantasy moment - not a real event in the story). I think she did a great job for this part, intentionally low-key (she drew me into the movie whenever she was on screen).

The UTV version of the DVD is a high quality disc (dual layer, anamorphic, Dolby Digital 5.1, with an 8 page 'booklet' built-in, great menus that were create fully designed), the cinematography is well done, a couple dances & music are good, and the cast are great.

I'm giving this movie 4 stars, for the fun of watching the cast.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Lyn on November 25, 2008
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I found the comedy in this silly and dumb rather than whacky- but the Indians seen to like that style so it may be a difference in taste (I don't like dumber Hollywood ones either). The comedy seems to hinge throughout on how everyone can cheat everyone else and lie to talk their way out of things. The Indians seem to love this (which may partly explain why they have so much trouble with corruption as a nation - though I guess this is also built on a lot of poverty and need to survive in many quarters).
It's a pity as there are some good actors here. Shahid Kapoor is very watchable and dances well and I was very tempted to hold onto this just for the dances and songs he is in. Kareena Kapoor is fine too. But if you like them go for 'Jab we Met' instead.
Some of the songs are very catchy and I downloaded them. Many of the dances are done in white costume which detracted for me from the spectacle that Bollywoods do so well.
I quickly lost interest. The person I was watching with (who is usually a Bollywood fan too) abandoned it completely early. I sort of grazed through it and found little to catch me. This isn't one I'll be keeping - a great pity!.
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