The film Chehre starring actor Amitabh Bachchan and Emraan Hashmi is all set to
release on 27th August.
The film also stars actors Annu Kapoor, Rhea Chakraborty, Raghubir Yadav and Krystal D’ Souza. After the second wave of Coronavirus outbreak in India, Chehre is going to be the second film to be released in Theatres after Akshay Kumar’s Bell Bottom, which is to be released on 19th August.
Amitabh Bachchan announced the release date on Twitter with one of the dialogue
promos of the film.
The Tweet read, Caution! It also said, kyunki yeh ilzaam aap par bhi lag sakta hai; which translates to Cause the blame can be on you as well!
You have been warned! Be ready to face the Game.
Regarding the film’s release, Chehre producer Anand Pandit said, “The team had taken great efforts, and we always thought that a film like Chehre deserves a Theatre release.”
He also said that the enormity of the film could be rightly showcased only through a theatrical experience for the audience. We are excited to reach the audience through
the cinema screens; finally, he said.
In a Statement, Director Rumi Jafry also talks about the way the film Chehre was
shot and the efforts that their team has put in in terms of production and
also, post-production, which is the reason the film needs a theatrical release.
As the release date moves closer, the curiosity about the forthcoming film is
widening among fans.
The Posters of the film and the Trailer have already left the netizens excited and impressed at the same time.
The Trailer revealed that Amitabh Bachchan is playing the role of a lawyer, and Emraan Hashmi is playing a business executive.
The Trailer shows actor Emraan Hashmi in the home of Amitabh Bachchan
playing the Game. As the Game intensifies, Emraan wants to leave it as he
He remembers his past. The Game seems to turn more intimidating for Hashmi’s
The Trailer also has a glimpse of the actors holding a mock trial where
Amitabh Bachchan put Emraan Hashmi on the Stand.
Amitabh Bachchan, who is already known for his excellent Dialogue delivery and
narrating, will also recite a poem in the film Chehre.
Amitabh Bachchan has previously recited poems of Sahir Ludhiyanvi and Javed Akhtar in classics like Kabhi Kabhie and Silsila.
For the film Chehre, an orchestral rendition of the title track was recorded by composers Vishal-Shekhar with 107 musicians in Prague.
In an interview, producer Anand Pandit said that Shekhar Ravjiani had composed the tune, and Amitabh Bachchan has lent his voice to the track.
The release date of the Mystery thriller has been postponed multiple times, mainly
due to the sure in Covid-19 cases and the third wave that hit India in the last few
In an Interview, producer Anand Pandit talks about his want to release the
film exclusively on Theatres and not on an OTT platform.
Pandit emphasizes the need to support theatres, especially in a pandemic that has already led to a considerable loss for theatres across the country.