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Chhichhore is the latest Bollywood movie releasing in Indian theaters on Friday, September 06. Directed by Dangal's Nitesh Tiwari and produced by Sajid Nadiadwala (Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment), Chhichhore stars actors Sushant Singh Rajput, Shraddha Kapoor, Varun Sharma, and Prateik Babbar in lead roles. Chhichhore is the story of seven friends and their journey from 1992 to present day. Chhichhore movie reviews are out and here is a quick roundup on what the top critics in India have to say about it.

Chhichhore movie review: It is a winner all the way

Divyanshi Sharma from Zee News writes, "A big reason why the film clicks is the cast. A well-written script always accommodates strong characters for its actors, which is case with "Chhichhore". In this film, each major actor gets two distinct phases of life to essay - as a 20-something collegegoer and as a 40-something middle-aged person. While Sushant is effortless in his portrayal of both ages, Shraddha is a perfect fit as the young Maya."

‘Chhichhore’ movie review: Furious fun as long as it stays on the college campus

Nandini Ramnath from says, "Chhichore sets itself up as the obverse of Tiwari’s 2016 blockbuster Dangal, in which a determined father projects his ambition onto his reluctant daughters and pushes them to their limits while training them to be wrestlers. It’s worth the sweat and tears, Dangal suggests: one of the daughters brings India glory, proving that her seemingly monstrous father had been right all along."

Chhichhore movie review: Sushant Singh Rajput, Shraddha Kapoor deliver relevant film with important message

Monika Rawal Kukreja from Hindustan Times writes, "The song Fikar Not in the end credits is a refreshing change from the high-pitched item songs or over dramatized romantic numbers and is brilliantly choreographed.

A must-watch with your college friends, Chhichhore is relatable and relevant. Watch it for its uncomplicated screenplay, gripping narrative and some stellar performances that leave you in stitches."

Movie Review: Chhichhore

Devesh Sharma from Filmfare says, "Shraddha Kapoor and Sushant Singh's romance needed to be explored more. They make for a convincing couple for sure. Shraddha has acted well in both avatars but we wish we saw more of her angst and her anger. All-in-all, Chhichhore is a well-acted comedy providing plenty of laughs with its one-liners and talks about an important issue as well. What more can one ask for, really?"

Chhichhore Movie Review : High on friendship

Sreeparna Sengupta from Times of India writes, "‘Chhichhore’ has a relevant message on the inherent attitude towards academic success and failure that will connect with many youngsters and parents of today. It tells you that the journey is far more important than the destination and that losing is as critical a life lesson as winning. The film scores high on many accounts and is certainly worth watching."