Challo Driver Movie Review- In Brief
A young girl accepts the job as a chauffeur and succeeds in transforming her employer from a bigheaded tycoon to a humane lover.
The story is interesting but the performance is sure to leave you unimpressed.
Challo Driver Movie Review- Story Plot
A young and adventuresome girl Tania played by Kainaz Motivala desires to start up her own business but needs money to do so. When her room-mate advises that Tania take up the job of a driver, the young woman imagines it would be a fun and challenging thing to do and goes for to apply for the position. However, the job turns out to be a ride in hell for young Tania as her employer Arjun (Vickrant Mahajan), a unhumorous and no-nonsense big businessman makes her life pathetic with his fussy nature.
Arjun enjoys accepting challenges though and when Tania deceives him into a bet by laying claim that he wouldn’t be able to do work as a driver for even a day, Arjun puts on the driver’s uniform and accepts to be Tania’s employee for a weekend, when she requires a d
river to show her uncle Pappu (Manoj Pahwa) and aunt across the city. How this occurrence changes Arjun’s point of view towards life shapes the rest of the story.
Challo Driver Movie Review- Performances-
Vickrant Mahajan, who plays the agonist, is also the director and producer of the film and as such, he should have taken the call not to play in it, we feel…for the mere reason that Mahajan looks too ‘boy next door’ to act as an ultra-rich big businessman and he just cannot even pull off the arrogance, which is required for the role. Kainaz Motivala as Tania is quite tolerable and so is Prem Chopra, who plays a small part as Arjun’s loving grandfather. However, it is Manoj Pahwa as the impossible uncle Pappu, who attracts the most laughters. His one-liners and comic timing makes the film a bit more tolerable…
Challo Driver Movie Review- Direction-
Like said earlier, though the plot is quite occupying, the execution is unimpressive and the director makes the error of making it too conventional and unnecessarily emotional. Furthermore, except for the parts when Manoj Pahwa is in the frame, the film doesn’t actually have anything on its own to catch the attention of the audience.
Challo Driver Movie Review-Final Word:
On the whole, the film is one avoidable fare.