Chef Movie Review – Chef movie Audience Review,Rating

Chef movie review

Chef Movie Review: Saif Ali Khan Latest Bollywood drama film Chef started entertaining world wide audience couple of hours ago. The Movie Chef is bringing out much anticipated record collection report from the day 1 itself. The Chef has been released over 500’s of Big banner in around a 132 minute entertainer drama film. As there found to big number of cast an crew for the big budget Bollywood movie released on 6th October 2017 {Today}. However, a Malayalam Actress Padmapriya to cast as the leading actress role for this movie. This really bring out much audience from south India as well in a good manner.

Audience Live Responses after the First show sounds like awesome and they revealed on the basis story and direction. The first half of Chef movie alike it’s a love relation between a mallu and a European. That’s entertaining at the middle of the movie like what happened before and there’s a suspense occurring at the internal made audience getting shocked. The appearance of saif ali khan in a chef role and the responsibility what he have made awesome by its direction as well as script writer Raja Krishna Menon.

Chef Movie Rating: 3/5

Chef Movie Cast and Crew:


  • Saif Ali Khan as Roshan Kalra
  • Padmapriya Janakiraman as Radha Menon
  • Raghu Dixit (in a special appearance)
  • Kareena Kapoor Khan (cameo)
  • Dhanish Karthik as Shahid Ahmed
  • Neha Saxena
  • Svar Kamble
  • Shayan Munshi
  • Dinesh Prabhakar
  • Chandan Roy Sanyal
  • Lynn Marocola as Diner Patron
  • Russell Peters (cameo)
  • Pawan Chopra as Sunil Manohri
  • Sobhita Dhulipala as Vinnie
  • Ramgopal Bajaj as Roshan’s Father

Director Raja Krishna Menon
  1. Bhushan Kumar
  2. Krishan Kumar
  3. Raja Krishna Menon
  4. Vikram Malhotra
  5. Janani Ravichandran
  • Ritesh Shah
  • Suresh Nair
  • Raja Krishna Menon
Story Based on Chef by Jon Favreau
Starring Saif Ali Khan
Padmapriya Janakiraman
Music Raghu Dixit
Amaal Mallik
Cinematography Priya Seth
Edited Shivkumar V. Panicker
Abundantia Entertainment
Bandra West Pictures

This is simply the sort of film which loans to various dialects and emphases. Roshan’s ex is a Malayali, so for her to break into her local tongue is characteristic. That is valid for her child too, and he does best. Roshan himself is heard talking flawlessly acceptable Angrezi yet they all influence a bizarre, plastic English Hindi blend, made exclusively in Bollywood.

The unnecessarily broadened running length of Menon’s Chef regularly undermines to wreck it, however the conversational diversion, tourism video-commendable visuals, and agreeable characters and exhibitions keep the film on course. Culinary expert continues handing out one scene after another, yet Menon guarantees that his essential fixings are strong and sufficiently flavourful in any case.

Final Verdict:

The throwing is on point with Padmapriya playing the separated, disillusioned spouse; the exceptionally dishy Milind Soman in the shoes of Robert Downey Jr. from the first and Chandan Roy Sanyal as the Chef Saif’s sidekick. Svar Kamble is OK as the child Armaan yet we have seen better youngster on-screen characters lately. It has a fundamental message that pushes you to reevaluate your meaning of adoration and achievement.