“Chhorii” (Movie Review): Delivers a Message with Spine-chilling Thrills

Chhorii (Movie Review): Delivers a Message with Spine-chilling Thrills

Thrills and chills are the signatures of the Nushrratt Bharuccha starrer movie “Chhorii” which uses the horror genre to tell a story of domestic violence, pain, superstitions, and female infanticide.

Directed by Vishal Furia, the story follows a young couple (the girl is pregnant and in her 8th month) forced to lie low and disappear into a remote village to avoid loan sharks with the help of their old driver.

The driver and his wife have a small farmhouse in the center of a huge sugarcane field with tall grass (any fans of ‘In The Tall Grass Netflix flick will catch this and possibly judge the storyline but it’s far from it).

The plot thickens when the pregnant girl starts seeing three kids and their godmother who tease her to play with them and she also hears lullaby (a typical Bollywood horror element) but it’s far from it. She soon gets to experience the story behind the death of the ghosts that haunt her, and the movie is all about how good wins over evil!

Love the spine-chilling thrills when watched alone as well as the main protagonist’s innocence turned to someone who winds up becoming the savior and breaks the vicious curse!

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Watch the trailer for “Chhorii” here

Directed by: Vishal Furia
Written by: Vishal Furia, Vishal Kapoor
Starring: Nushrratt Bharuccha, Mita Vasisht, Saurabh Goyal, Rajesh Jais, Pallavi Ajay, Yaaneea Bharadwaj, and others
Genres: Suspense, Horror
Release Date: 26th Nov 2021, only on Amazon Prime Video

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Faraaz Farshori is a multipotentialite or pantomath, a speaker, sketching artist, singer, emcee, software solution architect, avid traveler, event manager, food blogger, social media influencer, cricketer, web and graphic designer and yes he is a father of two amazing kids and a family man.

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