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|A cold-blooded killer trained by Naxalites takes on a covert government mission but undergoes a transformation after love enters his life in Dharmendra's home production 'Chamku'.|
'Kahani Kabhi Khatam Nahin Hoti'- that's the tagline for this movie slated to be released on 29th August.
The movie features Bobby Deol , Priyanka Chopra , Irrfan Khan , Ritesh Deshmukh , Danny Denzongpa and Rajpal Yadav . The film is directed by Kabeer Kaushik .
Bobby Deol as Chamku
Chandrama Singh alias Chamku's family had been brutally murdered. He was brought up and trained by Naxalites in Southern interiors of Bihar. Chamku was later picked up under a covert Governmental program conceived by RAW and IB. Chamku was trained to kill but his life changes when love enters.
Priyanka Chopra as Shubhi
She is a kindergarten teacher who enters Chamku's life and makes him realize that life is beautiful.
Irrfan Khan as Mr. Kapur
He is a senior IB officer based out of Mumbai.
Ritesh Deshmukh as Arjun Tiwari
He is a close friend of Chamku. He too is working under a covert govt. plan.
Danny Denzongpa as Baba
He is a Naxalite leader based in southern interiors of Bihar.
Rajpal Yadav as Hussain
He is an informer.
Brought up and trained by Naxalites in Bihar, Chamku is a man trained to kill. But he is later picked up under a secret government program conceived and controlled by intelligence agency RAW and IB. Best in the business, operations, encounters and political assassinations, Chamku soon became the blue-eyed boy.
He was given the toughest job which he handled with ease. His life changes when love enters in the form of a lovely kindergarten teacher Shubhi. She makes him realize how beautiful this life is. But Chamku's past comes back to haunt him.
Produced by Vijayta Films Pvt. Ltd, the film has music by Monty Sharma and lyrics by Sameer .
Chamku Movie Info
|Release Date: Friday 29th of August 2008|
|Run Time: 2 hrs. 30 min|
|Chamku Reviews |
|Movie Review : Senselessly Violent (2/5)|
Everyone within the reachable radius of film's hero ends up getting shot. Past the interval mark, you lose the dead-count and don't care for it either. And the sullen protagonist with his chronic broodiness is no relief to the eyes.That's 'Chamku' for you. All lackluster and no chamak...