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Khoon Aali Chithi Review: A sweet but a brutal tale by Richa Chadha

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Khoon Aali Chithi Review: A sweet but a brutal tale by Richa Chadha

Film: Khoon Aali Chithi

Film: Short Film

Language: Punjabi

Cast: Manpreet Gill, Jaskamal Gill, Anmol Gill, Mandeep Gill, Iqbal Gill

Producer: Richa Chadha

Director: Rupinder Inderjit

Richa Chadha’s production debut Khoon Aali Chithi tells the story of Binder(Manpreet Gill) an innocent 10th grader who resides in a terrorized Punjab of 1990, who’s love letter gets rejected by his crush. Soon, his brother suggests the idea of writing his love letter in blood this time, an idea which begins to grow on Binder. Soon, he lands into some serious trouble just before he is about to deliver his expression of love on a piece of paper to the love of his life. Will he be able to deliver amidst all the storm?

Richa Chadha’s production debut, which is a Rupinder Inderjit directorial, is a no-nonsense tale of unrequited childhood love in a terrorism-struck Punjab. Richa Chadha and Rupinder Inderjit display a Punjab in the most relatable manner for those who have actually seen the dreadful events back in the 1990’s.  The emotions are real and candid, with no typical Bollywood drama as a part of its recipe. The whole team behind the film deserves a round of applause!

Our rating: 3.5/5 stars

You can view the film right Here

We had also attended the premiere of the film hours before its release. Here are some images from that event:


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