“Beta yeh tumhara result decide nahi karta ki tum loser ho ya nahi, tumhari koshish karti hai”. (Child, your result doesn’t decide your success, your effort does). I think almost everyone wanted to hear this from their parents at one point or the other in their life. Making Chhichhore hit every chord of human emotions so perfectly.
The peer pressure movie we deserved. In the scene when Raghav got to know his marks and realized he wasn’t getting in. We all reminisced about the day our Boards/Entrances’ results came out. The goosebumps we felt were the sign that this movie was going to be something different.
Through its entirety, this movie made the audience realize how academic pressure wears down a person’s mental health. That how in extreme situations a person can resort to catastrophic measures, affecting himself and everyone around him. The commentary on the fact that society nowadays cares more about marks than a person’s life didn’t miss a spot and made everyone reflect on how they were behaving till now.
Besides this, Chhichhore depicted a beautiful story of friendship between the L.O.S.E.R.S. How each one of them left everything and came to Anni’s aid showed a lot about how true the friendship we form in college are.
Whether it was the quirkiness of Sexa, the brooding look and innovative use of chemistry from Derek, the panicky nature of Mummy, the censored dialogues of Acid, the ode to JD sir from Bewda, or the utter sincerity and out of the box ideas from Anni, we all saw our friends on screen that day.
Chhichhore left us with tears in our eyes and smiles on our faces. It gave us the urge to reconnect with our long-lost friends.
Success ke baad ka plan, sabke paas hai (everyone has a plan post success)
Lekin agar galti se fail ho gaye… (But by chance, if you fail….)
Toh failure se kaise deal karna hai… (Then, how to deal with failure)
Koi baat hi nahi karna chahta” (Nobody wants to talk about that)
Chicchore opened up the gateways to the conversation we should’ve had a long time ago and thanks to them, maybe now people would realize that failure is never the end, instead, it’s a beginning.
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