Chintu Ji

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Chintuji
Chintu Ji poster.jpg
Directed by Ranjit Kapoor
Produced by Bobby Bedi
Gautam Talwar
Written by Ranjit Kapoor
Starring Rishi Kapoor
Kulraj Randhawa
Priyanshu Chatterjee
Music by Sukhwinder Singh
Cinematography Sunny Joseph
Production
company
Release date
  • 4 September 2009 (2009-09-04)
Country India
Language Hindi

Chintuji is Bollywood film that was released on 4 September 2009. It stars Rishi Kapoor, Priyanshu Chaterjee, Kulraj Randhawa. It was directed by Ranjit Kapoor and written by Shabbir Ahmed. The film was released on Rishi Kapoor's 57th Birthday.

Plot[edit]

Rishi (Rishi Kapoor), the son of legendary Raj Kapoor, decides to try his hand at politics, and to garner support, re-locates to his birth village, Hadbahedi. The village is located in an isolated area where most trains do not stop, and electricity is only available for 6 hours a day. He decides to shoot a film 'Khooni Khazana' with Producer/Director, Malkani. Once there, he secretly makes a deal to lend his name to an alcoholic beverage, in exchange for a plot of land in nearby Triphala, and one Crore Rupees, while pledging to the naive villagers that he has no intention to re-locating anywhere. Misled villagers believe Hadbahedi will get popular and modernized, and decide to assist him with all their might. Things escalate into chaos, and anger, when they find out that their valuables are being stolen, and the women being molested, by the film crew, while the police accuse them of harboring a terrorist who was responsible for the 13 December 2001, attack on the Indian Parliament.

Cast[edit]

  • Rishi Kapoor as Rishi 'Chintuji' Kapoor
  • Priyanshu Chatterjee as Arun Bakshi
  • Kulraj Randhawa as Devika Malhotra
  • Saurabh Shukla as Malkani
  • Grusha Kapoor as Kanta
  • Swadesh Badhu as Chaudhryji
  • Vishal Bahl as Film Unit goon
  • Gaurav Bhattacharya as Film choreographer
  • Kanchan Bisht as Friend
  • Sophie Choudry as Menka
  • Sanjiv Chopra as Oberoi
  • Gilles Chuyen as Jack
  • Pankaj Dubey as Arun's Friend - Richshaw
  • Dheerendra Dwivedi as Manish ad
  • Satish Fenn as Pilot
  • Ashish Ghosh as Dr. Ghoshal
  • Surender Gill as Griver Gopal
  • Bhupesh Joshi as Bansi
  • Teekam Joshi as Kutty
  • Chander Kalra as Zaidi - Post Master
  • Annu Kapoor as Amar Sanghvi
  • Kamal Shabnam Kapoor as Shakuntala
  • Neha Kaul as Ayesha
  • Ishtiyak Khan as AD
  • Sergei Khashkouski as Uzbek foreign Secy
  • Hemant Maahaor as Gyan - Arun's Friend (as Hemant Mahaur)
  • Mahendra Mewati as Vidyasagar
  • Natasha as Russian Interpreter
  • Padmashree as Nurse Mariama
  • Govind Pandey as Inspector Chauhan
  • Harry Parmar as Friend
  • Manisha Pradhan as Meenu
  • Shubhdip Raha as Babban
  • Anil Rastogi as Vashishthji (as Dr. Anil Rastogi)
  • Kseniya Ryabinkina as Kseniya
  • Vishal Saini as Hawaldar Joginder
  • Virender Sharma as Film Action Director
  • Atamjit Singh as Station Master
  • Sahib Singh as Lehna
  • Veer Pratap Singh as Mobile Network Leader
  • Amitabh Srivastava as Mehta
  • Pankaj Tripathy as Paplu Yadav
  • Sanjeev Vatsa as Prakash
  • P.D. Verma as Writer Amaan
  • Dinesh Yadav as Dinesh - Servant

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