Comedy of errors

Chup Chup Ke has an extremely high slapstick quotient, bur plenty of romance as well, and some very beautiful and extravagant sequences of dance and singing. The set-up is long but the pay-off is rewarding as the strands of the plot begin to make sense in the second half of this Bollywood romantic comedy of the customary length. It’s best to double-check with the box office at Tinseltown South because at times during the past few days there has been some last-minute shuffling of schedules.

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