Chor Nikal Ke Bhaga is streaming on Netflix. Yami Gautam, Sunny Kaushal, and Sharad Kelkar’s starring film is a gripping thriller, a love story packed with suspense, revenge, heist, and thrill. Director Ajay Singh has ensured that the film is a step ahead of the audience. This weekend, the audience has got plenty of options in OTT to binge-worthy their weekend. Chor Nikal Ke Bhaga is one of the best options to choose from them.
Chor Nikal Ke Bhaga Story
Ankit Sethi (Sunny Kaushal) is a businessman who boards a flight with Neha Grover (Yami Gautam), a flight attendee. After a brief interaction on food, the duo connects outside and starts dating. Neha gets pregnant and also finds that Ankit has to pay a hefty debt.
Ankit and Neha plan a diamond heist in mid-air to get rid of this debt. However, a hijack spoils their plan and brings them more trouble. Will they heist the diamonds? Who has done the flight hijack? What will happen next forms the rest of the film?
Chor Nikal Ke Bhaga Review
The story and performance of the actors make it worth watching. The story keeps you engaged throughout with its gripping screenplay. Director Ajay Singh has not let any scenes stretch. A runtime of over 100 minutes does not have any dull moments. Every scene has some relevance to the storyline. The combination of heist and hijack has been executed brilliantly. He directed the film with utmost honesty.
Yami Gautam is in a red-hot form. In over a year, Yami Gautam has delivered some outstanding performances with A Thursday, Dasvi, and Lost. Now with Chor Nikal Ke Bhaga, she puts another feather in her cap. Whoa, what a performance from her. Her expressions and dialogue delivery are top-notch. She aces every single frame with her act. She steals the show in Chor Nikal Ke Bhaga.
Sunny Kaushal is also brilliant in his role. He is growing with every movie. The way he portrays Ankit Sethi in the film with sincerity is convincing. Sharad Kelkar, who is playing the role of investigating officer, is effortless. Though he does not have much screen presence, but he graces every scene with his spirited performance. Indraneil Sengupta does not have much to do in the film. His character could have evolved more.
The song Janiye that plays at the start does not spoil the momentum. In fact, it is melodious to listen when the chemistry of Yami Gautam and Sunny Kaushal brewing in the background. The cinematography from Gianni Giannelli is good. The mid-air shots of the plane from inside and outside have been presented impressively.
Chor Nikal Ke Bhaga is full of twists and turns. The writers are ahead of the viewers with the storytelling. Overall, Chor Nikal Ke Bhaga is a gripping thriller that does not have any dull moments and keeps you engaged throughout. Terrific performances, brilliant storytelling, and crisp direction make it a compelling watch. Do not miss this Yamii Gautam film on the weekend. We give Chor Nikal Ke Bhaga 4 stars out of 5.