Chaarfutiya Chhokare is a story of three kids trapped in the world of crime that involves child trafficking. In walks the U.S. returned software engineer Neha Malini (Soha Ali Khan), who now owns an NGO. She decides to give the existing school in the village, Dulari Devi School, a new lease of life.
Valued at Rs 200 million, the project draws the attention of several greedy, unscrupulous elements, including the village head, the principal of the existing school and a local muscleman named Lakhan (Zakir Hussain).
Out of the blue, Neha gets involved in this issue not knowing anything much about it. Neha forgets about the school and is all set to unearth the child trafficking racket and hits all the predictable notes in her journey. During all of this Neha meets Neha meets Awadesh (Harsh Mayar), Gorakh (Shankar Mandal) and Hari (Aditya Jitu), three poor boys forced to take to a life of crime.
What follows is her struggle to get the project off the ground and Neha’s attempt to help the boys get out of their criminal lives.
Off the performances, Seema Biswas, who plays Avdhesh’s mother looks lost and just walks in and out of her scenes; the three kids fail to evoke any emotion and Soha Ali Khan is seen trying hard to make her part look believable.
The main issue with Chaarfutiya Chhokare is Manish Harishankar as he has fallen flat as a writer as well as the director of the movie. Looks like Manish Harishankar just could not control the project both in terms of its script and also in terms of its execution.
From editing to it’s background score to it’s dialogues; Chaarfutiya Chhokare is a huge mess. As a rule, films like this should never be made and if by change they actually get made then should never be given a release.
It is absurd, it defies logic and it is just the most illogical movie of recent times; well we are talking about Manish Harishankar's Chaarfutiya Chho...0.5