Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui is an upcoming Indian Hindi-language romantic drama film directed by Abhishek Kapoor and produced by T-Series in association with Guy in the Sky Pictures. In July 2020, the film starred Ayushmann Khurrana and Vaani Kapoor in lead roles. It is scheduled for theatrical release on 10 December 2021.
Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui Movie Story
Manvinder Munjal, aka Manu (Ayushmann Khurrana), is a fitness enthusiast who owns a gym and a bodybuilder who competes year after year to win local championships.
While he’s focused all his energy on getting it out and making his dollop for him (with a bit of luck), his gym business sees far and few footfalls till the walk, the head-turner, Maanvi Brar (Vaani Kapoor), the gym’s newly appointed Zumba (read: Zumba), trainer.
Soon, sparks fly, and the two get into a passionate relationship. But there is more to Manvi than the beautiful woman that she is. And that is the crux of the story.
Manvinder (Ayushmann Khurrana) is a cross-functional weight-lifting champion who doesn’t want to get married. However, romance may be on the cards when Maanvi Brar (Vani) joins Zumba classes at her gym. But there’s a twist waiting for the couple in the form of Brar’s sexuality in this meet-and-greet love saga.
Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui Movie Review
In almost a decade and a slew of roles, Ayushmann Khurrana’s sperm donation, erectile dysfunction, premature baldness, middle-aged, pregnant mother, overweight wife, Stree Phone Ki Awaaz, and gay romance have gained an active following in Hindi films. I have given voice to everything considered too strange for discourse. ,
The actor’s evolved career choices are his brand; A feature he has given in director Abhishek Kapoor’s Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui, where he falls in love with a trans woman.
But a sense of a thread seeps through in his patented reformist rom-com, where an uninformed opinion or fanatical attitude breeds a conflict until a better understanding is achieved and everyone is enlightened and liberated until then causes the couple to hit a roadblock.
The seminal romance of Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui takes some crucial steps, but ultimately, driving its change is too-simplistic-just-a-hearty-speech-away gullibility.
All her sympathy towards the transgender community is really about a guy’s acceptance of his girlfriend’s sexual identity and never about his struggle. While I do not fully share and doubt the optimism of Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui
As unpleasant as one can develop an overnight understanding, it is good to see that Khurana’s do not reduce toxicity.
Based in his hometown, Khurrana sees local shaved Manu Munjal, a muscular, undercut man bun sporting bodybuilder every which way embarrassed by his repeated failure at a local weightlifting competition – the Gabru of All-Time – as he throws his overs. Se Hai- Top Punjabi Family Actions.
Their collective banter has a believable flavor and informality until the script suddenly turns them into a hyperventilating bull.
While Manu’s tweedle de-tweedle dum friend, partner in twinning T-shirt and twins (Gaurav and Gautam Sharma) gives him gym and girl Gyan, Mannu’s ready-to-remarry dad (Girish Dhamija) and elder sisters (Tanya Abrol) intimidate. Sawan Rupovali) asked him to settle down.
Enter Bombshell Zumba instructor Maanvi (Vaani Kapoor), and Mannu is ready to make her dream come true as soon as possible. Single and ready to mingle, Maanvi is mutually happy.
Looking at his fitness freak ways and incredible physique, Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui’s sensuous eyes are a field to hold against Sachin-Jigar’s peppy score with his toned body and smoldering sexual expressions.
The body is much more than just the source of lust here; it is a choice to be the person you feel by reconstructing and challenging conformist perceptions of what is considered normal and natural.
As with all noble confections, a previously elusive technical party plays Popper, leading to a heated showdown between Manu and Maanvi.
Kapoor and co-writers Supratik Sen and Tushar Paranjpe aren’t interested in cleaning up the premises or downplaying the rude reaction that exposes Maanvi’s truth to her lead man and peers.
When angry words take the form of abuse and obscenity, things turn ugly. Even though the idea exposes Manu’s cowardice, Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui plays it up for laughs. For jibs like Sita and Shyam, fodder is a matter of complete sensitivity.
When Manu goes through the video or interacts with a Shakespeare-quoted transgender at a traffic signal, there is a conscious effort to educate while explaining the science and psychology behind it in detail.
But the film appears to contradict itself every time a wrong approach to humor or frenzy ends.
Where Khurrana gets the tone and texture of her hypermasculine champ in skinny gym shorts down pat, Vaani Kapoor is a picture of backbone and restraint in a role that couldn’t have been easier, even if Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui comes clean of its metamorphosis and portray the separation of human beings. In a glamorous and privileged light.
Kapoor’s mother-in-law and backbone show how she handles hostility. The girl can take it to the chin.
Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui Cast
|Cast Real Name||Cast Role Play Name|
|Ayushmann Khurrana||Update soon|
|Vaani Kapoor||Update soon|
|Leena Sharma||as Tasneem|
|Col Ravi Sharma||as Doctor|
|Girish Dhamija||as Father of Ayushmann Khurrana|
|Amirhossein Manzouri||as Sami|
|Ssumier Pasricha||Update soon|
|Aarav Dua||as Child Artist|
|Anav Dua||as Child Artist|
Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui Release Date
The upcoming film will hit the big screens on December 10, and the audience can enjoy the film in theatres. As Khurrana plays a gym trainer in the film, Vaani will be seen essaying the role of a Zumba trainer. In the film’s recently released trailer, both the stars were seen meeting at the gym.
Both of them have taken equally rented space for their activities, Ayushmann Khurrana’s character Manu soon falls in love with Vaani’s character but soon learns that she is a trans woman, leaving him in shock.
The film is set in Chandigarh and will have a theatrical release on Friday, directed by Abhishek Kapoor. The film’s shooting started last year in Chandigarh in line with all the COVID-19 restrictions.
Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui Details
|Directed by||Abhishek Kapoor|
|Screenplay by||Supratik Sen
|Story by||Abhishek Kapoor
|Produced by||Bhushan Kumar
|Edited by||Chandan Arora|
Guy in the Sky Pictures
|Distributed by||AA Films|
|Release date||10 December 2021|
|Running time||116 minutes|
Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui Movie Trailer